Reading the notes of the talented Hipólito Azema on this site, I came up with the idea of making some contributions to football. Regulators, in pursuit of improving the show. Here I share them, with no solution of continuity. Roberto calling FIFA... Roberto calling FIFA...
- The matches will be played in two times of 30 minutes net each. When the ball comes out of the court, the clock stops. No minutes are added. Time is net of play.
- The team that scores more than three goals apart, gets an extra point. Which would make the matches more attractive, by looking for more goals.
- Technicians can request up to two play reviews per time, through the VAR. Play reviews stop the clock.
- Changes stop the clock.
- Teams can make as many changes as they want and a player who gets replaced can re-enter later.
- Judges are obliged to explain to the public what is the offence they sanction. End of polemics and insults. They can go to the VAR if they consider it necessary.
- The VAR judge can point to the lead referee a mistake, so that the lead referee, by reviewing the move, will correct it.
- The rule that the ball must be in play in order to sanction a foul is removed.
- Grips on corner shots are sanctioned with a penalty kick.
- The sides will be executed with the foot.
- The simulation of a player will be penalized with a five minute expulsion of the player.
If the matches were 10 to 9, wouldn't we all be happier?
Fútbol, tenis, paddle, tenis de mesa, natación, golf, rugby son los deportes que practico desde que tengo uso de razón. Ver deportes es la única razón para tener un televisor en mi casa. Me gusta mucho analizar el juego; me apasiona la táctica y me deleita la técnica.