Date: 20th June 2007 at 3:46pm
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Rules should always been checked and amended as necessary, but talk around the upper echelons of the beautiful game are looking at the biggest shake up of the game ever. Certain aspects of the game have always come into question regarding their worth and merits but the following list is surely just laughable.

1. Allow a window of time (30 seconds) in which a player can ‘vent his frustrations’ towards the officials. This would give enough time for a player to cool down without fear of a yellow or red card. An official can also use this ‘window’ to put their opinions across.

2. A new card to work with the red and yellow. A blue card would be given for minor offences like kicking the ball away, leading to a yellow then red.

3. Increase in goal width from 8 yards to 15 metres, resulting in higher scoring games.

4. Adopt the Ice Hockey approach to on the field scraps by standing back and letting the protagonists ‘get on with it’. Any player left standing would then be penalised accordingly.

5. Any player who receives a blue or yellow card can effectively ‘lose’ a card by scoring a goal. For instance if a player receives a blue card but then hits a 30 yard screamer, they would go back to no cards.

6. Use a ‘sin bin’ for certain infringements. The ‘sin bin’ should be placed in front of opposing fans but must be fully enclosed.

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