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New football reforms

Postby walshawblue » Sat Jun 17, 2017 6:52 pm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/40311889

Scrapping 45 min halves to be one of the reforms to be debated at Ifab
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Re: New football reforms

Postby nottsblue » Sat Jun 17, 2017 7:02 pm

If it ends "fergie time" then I am all for it. There is no disputing a stadium clock that stops when the ball is dead, rather like in Rugby League.

The idea about a saved penalty resulting in a goal kick is silly
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Piccsnumberoneblue » Sat Jun 17, 2017 7:50 pm

I've been banging on about 30 minutes on a stadium clock for ages.
Teams will still try and break up play but the strolling around the place for each throw in and substitution wouldn't impact on time played.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Dameerto » Sat Jun 17, 2017 10:21 pm

If they lower match time by a third it will cut down the work load during a season for the International prem players so that would be an advantage, I bet they don't lower ticket prices by a third at the same time though. The stadium clock that stops during breaks in play is no-brainer.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Redna » Sat Jun 17, 2017 11:19 pm

It's all about comersial breaks during games.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby patrickblue » Sun Jun 18, 2017 8:18 am

Redna wrote:It's all about comersial breaks during games.


Of course. Do they do things to improve the game, or do they do things to make more money?

That issue was decided long ago.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:14 am

patrickblue wrote:
Redna wrote:It's all about comersial breaks during games.


Of course. Do they do things to improve the game, or do they do things to make more money?

That issue was decided long ago.


Agreed PB.

This article says that these 'ideas' have been brought forward by "stakeholders in the game".

The mind boggles as to who these might all be.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby nottsblue » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:17 am

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:
patrickblue wrote:
Redna wrote:It's all about comersial breaks during games.


Of course. Do they do things to improve the game, or do they do things to make more money?

That issue was decided long ago.


Agreed PB.

This article says that these 'ideas' have been brought forward by "stakeholders in the game".

The mind boggles as to who these might all be.

I'll wager David Gill is one of them
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:57 am

What's the thinking behind the 'ABBA' proposals for penalty shoot outs ??

Some of the ideas put forward seem to be changes just for the sake of making them, but I don't like the idea of referees being able to allow a goal when a shot has been stopped by someone's hand on or near the goal line.

Allowing further referee 'interpretation' seems a bit sinister and has a 'David Gill' smell about it.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby mr_nool » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:07 am

Mikhail Chigorin wrote: What's the thinking behind the 'ABBA' proposals for penalty shoot outs ??

Some of the ideas put forward seem to be changes just for the sake of making them, but I don't like the idea of referees being able to allow a goal when a shot has been stopped by someone's hand on or near the goal line.

Allowing further referee 'interpretation' seems a bit sinister and has a 'David Gill' smell about it.


But the winner already takes it all. Surely they can't change that?
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Re: New football reforms

Postby CTID Hants » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:15 am

mr_nool wrote:
Mikhail Chigorin wrote: What's the thinking behind the 'ABBA' proposals for penalty shoot outs ??

Some of the ideas put forward seem to be changes just for the sake of making them, but I don't like the idea of referees being able to allow a goal when a shot has been stopped by someone's hand on or near the goal line.

Allowing further referee 'interpretation' seems a bit sinister and has a 'David Gill' smell about it.


But the winner already takes it all. Surely they can't change that?
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Pretty Boy Lee » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:32 am

Rugby league has been bastardized beyond intereptaion over the last decade. It's now unwatchable to me. Leave football alone.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Mikhail Chigorin » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:11 am

mr_nool wrote:
Mikhail Chigorin wrote: What's the thinking behind the 'ABBA' proposals for penalty shoot outs ??

Some of the ideas put forward seem to be changes just for the sake of making them, but I don't like the idea of referees being able to allow a goal when a shot has been stopped by someone's hand on or near the goal line.

Allowing further referee 'interpretation' seems a bit sinister and has a 'David Gill' smell about it.


But the winner already takes it all. Surely they can't change that?


Knowing me, knowing you mr_nool, they'll change whatever they like, or don't like.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby CTID Hants » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:27 am

Mikhail Chigorin wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
Mikhail Chigorin wrote: What's the thinking behind the 'ABBA' proposals for penalty shoot outs ??

Some of the ideas put forward seem to be changes just for the sake of making them, but I don't like the idea of referees being able to allow a goal when a shot has been stopped by someone's hand on or near the goal line.

Allowing further referee 'interpretation' seems a bit sinister and has a 'David Gill' smell about it.


But the winner already takes it all. Surely they can't change that?


Knowing me, knowing you mr_nool, they'll change whatever they like, or don't like.


After all, it's the name of the game MC
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Re: New football reforms

Postby patrickblue » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:31 am

We all know what it's really about,

Money, Money, Money.
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Re: New football reforms

Postby CTID Hants » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:34 am

patrickblue wrote:We all know what it's really about,

Money, Money, Money.


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Re: New football reforms

Postby patrickblue » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:38 am

CTID Hants wrote:
patrickblue wrote:We all know what it's really about,

Money, Money, Money.


I do. I do, I do, I do


Mamma Mia, you missed an "I do" there!
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Re: New football reforms

Postby CTID Hants » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:53 am

patrickblue wrote:
CTID Hants wrote:
patrickblue wrote:We all know what it's really about,

Money, Money, Money.


I do. I do, I do, I do


Mamma Mia, you missed an "I do" there!


Kind of you to point that, you Super Trouper
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Re: New football reforms

Postby Hutch's Shoulder » Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:18 pm

CTID Hants wrote:
patrickblue wrote:
CTID Hants wrote:
patrickblue wrote:We all know what it's really about,

Money, Money, Money.


I do. I do, I do, I do


Mamma Mia, you missed an "I do" there!


Kind of you to point that, you Super Trouper


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Re: New football reforms

Postby Sideshow Bob » Tue Jun 20, 2017 3:50 pm

walshawblue wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/40311889

Scrapping 45 min halves to be one of the reforms to be debated at Ifab



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