New football laws for next season

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01 Jun 2019 15:00 #1 by Tonyhemmings

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01 Jun 2019 15:31 #2 by markredfox73
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Stop this automatic bookings of a yellow card if its a foul in the penalty areas..its bollocks even it could be a minor foul yet refs are dishing cards out for the sake of it.

Also bollocks to getting booked for celebrations.. let players just enjoy their moment without fear of punishment. ..takes the fun out the game completely. Start listening to the fans for once on this you draconian knobs
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03 Jun 2019 21:57 #3 by Goldschmidt
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Good rule about players being subbed, hopefully stop timewasting.

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03 Jun 2019 22:13 #4 by 182blue
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Don’t like the crack about attackers being 1m away from the wall.
Pisses me off that you have to have a big circus when there is a free-kick on the edge of the box. Players tit about in a cynical attempt to gain an advantage in some way.
Why does ‘the wall’ have to be ‘a thing’.
I never get why referees see it as acceptable to have all this carry on and fannying about when they wouldn’t tolerate it in another part of the pitch.

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03 Jun 2019 22:35 #5 by cufcmike
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Goldschmidt wrote: Good rule about players being subbed, hopefully stop timewasting.


Imagine our right winger having a shocker and having to come off by the East Stand and take a torrent of abuse as he does the walk of shame all the way around the pitch back to the dugout.

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03 Jun 2019 23:13 #6 by Kessler
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cufcmike wrote:

Goldschmidt wrote: Good rule about players being subbed, hopefully stop timewasting.


Imagine our right winger having a shocker and having to come off by the East Stand and take a torrent of abuse as he does the walk of shame all the way around the pitch back to the dugout.


Tbh it shouldn't be something that needs a formal rule. Could they not just say that anyone being subbed has to get off the pitch quickly and if players are taking the piss about it they get booked for unsportsmanlike conduct?

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05 Jun 2019 07:36 - 05 Jun 2019 07:37 #7 by Alan
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Would have liked to have seen players who get injured being treated on pitch whilst play goes on.

Far to many drop like a stone to spoil apponents attack.
Then get up one play has stopped.
It [censored] cheating.
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05 Jun 2019 08:08 #8 by nobbyblue
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cufcmike wrote:

Goldschmidt wrote: Good rule about players being subbed, hopefully stop timewasting.


Imagine our right winger having a shocker and having to come off by the East Stand and take a torrent of abuse as he does the walk of shame all the way around the pitch back to the dugout.


Or the opposition forward having to go off and walking round by the Warwick and then the Paddock after an afternoon diving. It sounds more bother than it's worth to me. As said above just make it a rule you have to get off quickly or you'll definitely get booked, they'll soon speed up.

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05 Jun 2019 08:32 #9 by heilkmoon
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Isn't that what used to happen anyway though back in the day?

Sure I can remember many players limping or being stretchered round the edge of the pitch, usually to sympathetic applause.

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05 Jun 2019 09:27 #10 by Moylesey
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Still think that players committing fouls that result in treatment off the pitch should have to stay off the pitch with the person they've fouled until he returns or a sub has made. Why should a team have a numerical advantage because they've kebbled someone?
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05 Jun 2019 10:06 #11 by Unrepentant blue
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The handball rule changes have really cleared things up!

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10 Jun 2019 11:11 #12 by Happyblue
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Moylesey wrote: Still think that players committing fouls that result in treatment off the pitch should have to stay off the pitch with the person they've fouled until he returns or a sub has made. Why should a team have a numerical advantage because they've kebbled someone?

A couple of years ago they brought In a rule where if it was a bookable challenge the injured player could stay on the pitch after treatment if deemed fit enough but I've never seen the rule used.

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10 Jun 2019 11:21 #13 by nobbyblue
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VAR will eventually kill the game as a spectacle.

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10 Jun 2019 12:04 - 10 Jun 2019 12:05 #14 by Tonyhemmings
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'A couple of years ago they brought In a rule where if it was a bookable challenge the injured player could stay on the pitch after treatment if deemed fit enough but I've never seen the rule used.'

It happened in the England Match on Thursday, Dumfries got booked for a tackle on Chilwell who stayed on the field while being treated and then took the free kick.
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10 Jun 2019 15:42 #15 by bluestblue
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Isn't that a different one? I think where a player making the challenge gets a card, the injured player doesn't have to off (from memory)

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