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Stop the silly rule that's not long since been brought in .. goalkeeper passing it to defender's from goal kicks in the box . To me that's the biggest thing that's increased time wasting.  Then bring back the 6 sec rule on goalkeepers.  

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A personal one this, Hillsborough specific. 
Move the away fans. Absolutely NO WAY should they have their own end. This is our ground, our home turf. I’d look to sorting something out so they were up on the shelf in the South or in a pocket at the back of the North. Definitely not pitch side.

I realise there will be loads of excuses about segregation, access, catering and they’ll probably complain if Ash Wednesday falls on a Tuesday! I’m not interested in excuses, sort it. Sort SAG, sort the architects, sort the police, sort our wannabe nutters but get the opposing fans out of the way so we the home support can help spur the team on. This is Hillsborough.

Rant over.

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2 hours ago, BridportOwl said:

2) Sort out injury time. When you have games with so many subs I am often amazed at how little injury is given. 

With regards to this stop the clock for injuries and substitutions 

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1 - All English leagues under run by one association all way from premier league to grass route. Not any of the current governing bodies.

 

2 - Scrap VAR. 4 referees all working together and miked up.

 

3 - Make tackling allowed again.

 

4 - Timekeeping is done on the big screen. Clock is stopped for injuries and substitutions.


5 - Each club has an agent representative who deals with all transfers of players in and out of that club. Independent agents banned. They are employed by the club. 
 

6 - Money is distributed through the leagues fairly. No parachute payments and no premier league preference.

 

7 - Less TV slots are allowed. 2 on a Sunday 1 on a Monday night. 2 on a Tuesday and Wednesday and one Saturday lunch. The rest are 3pm kick offs on Saturdays.

 

8 - Price cap of £20 on all away tickets in every professional league. 
 

9 - Head injuries require a ten min recovery time where the team either makes a sub or plays with 10 men.

 

10 - Offside requires clear daylight between defender and attacker.

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Playoffs to be between 3rd & 4th placed teams only over 1 match with home advantage to team finishing 3rd

3pm Saturday KO & 7.45pm for midweek - Wednesdays only of course for midweek fixtures 

starting line up to include 5 players  25 or under

2 subs only plus keeper

teams who continue to timewaste after2nd warning from ref have captain sent to sin bin for 10 minutes - same for teams who mob referee to contest decisions 

clubs to have minimum 10% supporter shareholders plus supporter seat on board 

away tickets to be sold first come first served - no priority points

4th official to have played professional football 

encroaching at free kicks to result in team awarded kick to place ball anywhere in a 5metre radius of original award

 

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28 minutes ago, Dutch McLovin said:

1 - All English leagues under run by one association all way from premier league to grass route. Not any of the current governing bodies.

 

2 - Scrap VAR. 4 referees all working together and miked up.

 

3 - Make tackling allowed again.

 

4 - Timekeeping is done on the big screen. Clock is stopped for injuries and substitutions.


5 - Each club has an agent representative who deals with all transfers of players in and out of that club. Independent agents banned. They are employed by the club. 
 

6 - Money is distributed through the leagues fairly. No parachute payments and no premier league preference.

 

7 - Less TV slots are allowed. 2 on a Sunday 1 on a Monday night. 2 on a Tuesday and Wednesday and one Saturday lunch. The rest are 3pm kick offs on Saturdays.

 

8 - Price cap of £20 on all away tickets in every professional league. 
 

9 - Head injuries require a ten min recovery time where the team either makes a sub or plays with 10 men.

 

10 - Offside requires clear daylight between defender and attacker.

Way to sensible for football,

sorry mate get in the sea

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Maximum squad of 24 named players before season starts which includes under 21 players.

 

All loans made before season starts 12 months minimum.

The loaning club pays all wages

 

2 subs per game max.

 

5 up and 5 down in each league.

Playoff between 5th and 6th to go up..1 game..5th gets the home tie.

 

5th bottom playoff with 6th bottom.

 

That might even it up a bit and not the end of the world if relegated..

 

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Bring back the foul throw, or actually enforce the current laws, does my head in when someone takes a throw in and his back leg comes up so high it nearly hits his head. 

 

Goal kicks to be taken from the side of the goal tat the ball goes out of play. If ever a rule was changed to encourage time wasting.

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3 hours ago, HopefulOwl said:

 

Yes..  mic the Ref's....  and put it on over the tannoy system.

What if the club hasn't got a Tannoy and it's a different brand of PA system?

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Maximum wage.

 

No ownership over clubs by government affiliates of any countries.

 

No international competitions held in slave states.

 

Heritage status for legacy clubs.

 

The Ched Evans/Gary Madine/Billy Sharp/Oli McBurnie Clause - if a player does something criminal off pitch their contract is immediately void. You can renegotiate once acquitted.

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Green Cards... for kicking the ball away... taking your shirt off after scoring a goal. .. 2 greens = 1 yellow.

and perhaps an orange card which (obviously) is inbetween a yellow/red but will give the opportunity for the manager to take the player off and keep the game as a contest rather than ruin it for an early sending off. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, CourteenerOwl said:

I always wondered why at throw ins and goal kicks a countdown on the screens can't immediately begin from 7 seconds - if they take longer then they lose the throw and get booked and if its a GK it becomes a corner and get booked.


This…. plus would love to see referee’s enforce the six second rule on goalkeepers.

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