Stop the clock like rugby when it’s a foul injury etc then no injury time and once the ball is out of play the whistle goals
I honestly think the only rule that’d encourage attacking football is an immediate award for goals scored, whether that be for every goal or a bonus point for each three.Goalless draws get no points in league games, or deducted one, ends the park the bus for a point game killer.
If heading the ball really can cause dementia, it’ll be banned.With recent evidence pointing to long term heading of footballs being the cause of dementia in ex players, this may well come to pass.
Managers would either be eight or twenty-eight stone!Instead of a penalty shoot out you need to do a game of red arse. First man to skelp the managers arse with a mitre baw wins.
Imagine Messi losing the CL final because he couldn't hit Koemans arse with a mitre baw.
**Only size 5 mitre baws are accepted.
Pet hate. The rule actually states it's obstruction if no intent to play the ball, but never given. It's like an accepted unwritten rule.If a player is shepherding a ball over the goal line with no intention of playing it you should be allowed to kick him in the balls with no comeback.
There should be a better way of dealing with time wasting and added time. Like when a team comes to Ibrox, wastes time for most of the game but they get the benefit of the added time if we've scored.
or just get him to stand at the point of exit, thrower can't go beyond him.Pet hate of mine is the hammer throwing centre forwards of murderwell and Abergreen fame who commit 7 or more fouls per game but never get booked.An automatic yellow card for 5 fouls followed by a sin bin period for each subsequent offence
Whilst I am on a roll the linesman/AR gets a wee canister of white marker and he indicates where the throw in has to be taken from.Any movement beyond the line thrown in automatically reverts to the opposition
Aye can't argue, totally right mate!! And as much as I hate negative football or playing against "the low block" them teams are well drilled and it's it's a tactical plan to get something out of the game, you can't really knock that!! We've used it ourselves plenty of times under Walter!! And rightly hailed our achievements!!Anything you can come up with can be turned into a negative.
Using your example, if the ”wee” team were to score first?
They are trialing this in the Pro 14 Rugby until the end of the season. If a player is given a red card it's a 20 minute sin-bin. The team can then return to 15 players with the red carded player effectively being subbed out the game.I used to think about "Orange Cards"... where the player has to be sin binned for 20 minutes or something.
No idea how you would enforce it. And maybe people would take advantage of it if tired, instead of being subbed.
Maybe it could only be enforced in first half.
For challenges that are in between yellow and red. Or automatic orange for clear diving.
This was during one of my many lucid thoughts when I was pumping tramadol into myself.
That is already a rule.Booking for targeted fouling (i.e. Kent)
Players taking turns to target him
Referee tells captain after for example third time that next player to foul him gets booked
Especially when a star player may be sent off with 5 minutes to go then it’s the next opponent’s that benefitWhen Player A gets a red card (serious foul play/violent conduct) and seriously injures Player B (and that player ends up being out for X number of weeks/months, etc).
Player A gets one/two/three games suspension from the governing body but also will miss the same number of games against Player B's team so his suspension ends up being double.
So if say Scott Brown breaks Michael O'Halloren's leg with a shocker tackle and gets suspended for two games, then the next two games against St. Johnstone he will miss as well. If one of the suspended two is St. Johnstone then he misses the third game against them.
Bit drastic but I've always found it ridiculous that Player A doesn't face punishment (other than the red card for that game) against the team that suffers (player loss) and misses games against Hamilton and Kilmarnock for example.
OK, we will let you have a soft goal, and you let us have a soft goal!Goalless draws get no points in league games, or deducted one, ends the park the bus for a point game killer.
Pet hate. The rule actually states it's obstruction if no intent to play the ball, but never given. It's like an accepted unwritten rule.
What is even more annoying is that when the striker actually nips in, the defender usually gets a foul for being incompetent in performing an obstruction effectively
That takes me back, our primary school (Bishoploch in Easterhouse) pitch only had one set of goals still standing AND the other class always got there first! (I vividly remember one time we got there first out of the whole P7 year)Jumpers for goalposts and the cross bar is an imaginary line determined by either:
a) how high the goalie can jump
b) a square go with said goalie
But most importantly, it would prevent them coming into the opposition box to score from a last minute corner....I've felt for ages that keepers shouldn't be allowed outside the penalty box. It would stop them trundling the ball yards outside to launch it a further 50 yards up the park. Possibly more importantly it would increase the space for teams to play in as they wouldn't be able to squeeze up relying on the Manuel Neuer's of this world.
Instead of penalties each team to take a man off every 2 minutes.
Not sure mate,Dryborough Cups a new one on me.Ignorant exile.Did they not try that in the old Dryborough Cup? I'm sure there were more goals because of it.
Before the USA hosted the 94 World Cup I sure the Americans put forward the idea of the further out you score from the more points you get similar to the scoring system in basketball. I think the idea was to make the game more exciting for the Americans so more would go to matches. I’m also sure that’s when the ban in passing back to the goal keeper to pick up was brought in too.
That takes me back, our primary school (Bishoploch in Easterhouse) pitch only had one set of goals still standing AND the other class always got there first! (I vividly remember one time we got there first out of the whole P7 year)
So they could shoot into a proper goal while their goal was 2 jackets and as stated how high their keeper is and their keeper was the smallest guy in the school.
Not that I'm bitter about it and to be fair it was only 34 years ago