like most except the subs one , would be too many stoppages . the one rule the game needs is a change in the rule re diving if you are caught blatantly diving should be a automatic red card , for me nothing spoils the beautiful game more than this constant attempted cheating
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I find myself getting bored watching the footie. So yeah, 30 minute halves sounds cool.
Endless substitutions? No no - endless substitutions will favour the big-money teams who have deep bench strength. No, they must not do this.
They’ve been talking about kick-in’s since Pontius was a pilot. Make it a choice for that team.
5-mins suspension for yellow card? Why not.
Another thing they were talking about zonks ago was wider goal posts. Today’s average height for a goal keeper, like most humans, is much taller than a century or so ago.
Stop the clock like they do in rugby then players can’t waste time and biased refs can’t add on or take away injury time at the endof each half
Agree with the yellow card but add if you get a 3rd you are off.
You can only be offside in the last 20 metres of the pitch
When an injured player has to leave the pitch after receiving medical attention before been called back on by the ref, the player who made the foul should also go off as the side fouled against has a disadvantage albeit for a few seconds
Give Arsenal a goal start in every match as it’s not fair that we are so shite
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