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Football reform document from ifab

 



Tykeoldboy
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Jun 17, 2017, 5:01 PM

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ifab have issued a document with the following proposals.

A proposal to scrap 45-minute halves is to be looked at by football's lawmakers to deter time-wasting. Instead, there could be two periods of 30 minutes with the clock stopped whenever the ball goes out of play.

Passing to yourself at a free-kick, corner and goal-kick

A stadium clock which stops and starts along with the referee's watch

Allowing the goal-kick to be taken even if the ball is moving

A goal-kick being taken on the same side that the ball went out on
(This is way a too radical law change Laugh)

A "clearer and more consistent definition" of handball

A player who scores a goal or stops a goal with his hands gets a red card

A keeper who handles a backpass or throw-in from a team-mate concedes a penalty

The referee can award a goal if a player stops a goal being scored by handling on or close to the goal-line

Referees can only blow for half-time or full-time when the ball goes out of play

A penalty kick is either scored or missed/saved and players cannot follow up to score to stop encroachment into the penalty area



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(This post was edited by Tykeoldboy on Jun 17, 2017, 5:02 PM)


southend statto
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Jun 17, 2017, 5:33 PM

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this must be Yorkshire time as it's June down here in Essex time, not April 1st!


justAndy
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Jun 17, 2017, 6:03 PM

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Just finished reading those on the Beeb website. That has to have been done by 4 blokes in a pub, who have not been allowed to write anything until after the 5th pint


IAN S
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Jun 17, 2017, 6:51 PM

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Some of it sounds like RL - are they taking over, if so God help us they're even worse than the FA.



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Tykeoldboy
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The stopping of the clock by the referee when the ball isn't live looks to be a rule change for TV. Instead of a game lasting 90 minutes plus added on time it will last 60 minutes playing time but with all the stoppages, for the free kicks,, ball out of play, substitutions, etc as well as mandatory commercial breaks for TV, a game could well last over 3 hours.



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Richard Rundle
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Jun 17, 2017, 9:20 PM

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And of course if the clock is stopped, the TV broadcasters can have some ad breaks more or less any time.


jrev61
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Jun 17, 2017, 11:02 PM

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ifab have issued a document with the following proposals.

A proposal to scrap 45-minute halves is to be looked at by football's lawmakers to deter time-wasting. Instead, there could be two periods of 30 minutes with the clock stopped whenever the ball goes out of play.

Passing to yourself at a free-kick, corner and goal-kick

A stadium clock which stops and starts along with the referee's watch

Allowing the goal-kick to be taken even if the ball is moving

A goal-kick being taken on the same side that the ball went out on
(This is way a too radical law change Laugh)

A "clearer and more consistent definition" of handball

A player who scores a goal or stops a goal with his hands gets a red card

A keeper who handles a backpass or throw-in from a team-mate concedes a penalty

The referee can award a goal if a player stops a goal being scored by handling on or close to the goal-line

Referees can only blow for half-time or full-time when the ball goes out of play

A penalty kick is either scored or missed/saved and players cannot follow up to score to stop encroachment into the penalty area



If a goal can be given when a player prevents the ball entering the goal with his hands, why should he be sent off too? He wouldn't have actually prevented a goal being scored. Those two suggestions are contradictory.



jrev61


scottywalds
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Jun 18, 2017, 9:34 PM

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ifab have issued a document with the following proposals.

A proposal to scrap 45-minute halves is to be looked at by football's lawmakers to deter time-wasting. Instead, there could be two periods of 30 minutes with the clock stopped whenever the ball goes out of play.

Passing to yourself at a free-kick, corner and goal-kick

A stadium clock which stops and starts along with the referee's watch

Allowing the goal-kick to be taken even if the ball is moving

A goal-kick being taken on the same side that the ball went out on
(This is way a too radical law change Laugh)

A "clearer and more consistent definition" of handball

A player who scores a goal or stops a goal with his hands gets a red card

A keeper who handles a backpass or throw-in from a team-mate concedes a penalty

The referee can award a goal if a player stops a goal being scored by handling on or close to the goal-line

Referees can only blow for half-time or full-time when the ball goes out of play

A penalty kick is either scored or missed/saved and players cannot follow up to score to stop encroachment into the penalty area



If a goal can be given when a player prevents the ball entering the goal with his hands, why should he be sent off too? He wouldn't have actually prevented a goal being scored. Those two suggestions are contradictory.


They are individual suggestions - not an all or nothing vote.

 
 


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