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Some norms that could change the future of the football

Published:18/06/2017 - 11:10h

Updated:18/06/2017 - 11:08h

The football is a sport with a long tradition and that hardly has modified his regulation from does years. With the introduction of the VAR like immediate aim... Already they are thinking new proposals to improve the sport

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The maximum organisms and entes of the football work without haste but without pause to improve the sport from the point of view of the show, that it give more justice... And also they propose new measures that could have good acceptance between the fans.

The main debate to day of today, extended between trainers and players, is the implementation of the VAR. As in every aspect of the life, there are defenders and detractores. Some think that his use is compulsory to help to the referees. Others support the idea that it removes "the essence of the football".

Up to now, the proofs made have given the reason to which defend it. They cancel goals that were offside, pitan penaltis that the referee had not seen, dictamina if a balloon had gone out by the background line... In definite, do justice. 

But the daily "The Times" aims to a revolution in the world of the football. David Elleray, exárbitro English and technical director of the FIFA Board, would be behind a document that would include a string of important changes. And "Sportive World" has done echo of this.

The possible new measures in the football

  • The players would have the possibility to touch several times the balloon when putting at stake lacking direct and kickoffs of corner.
  • The balloon would not have to be arrested person in the launching of the direct faults
  • pitaría penalti If the goalkeeper collects with the hands a retarded pass of a mate and would concede goal directly, in place to signal penalti, if a player commits hand in the line of goal or near of the same.
  • The time of game could happen of 90 minutes in total to 60 minutes of real game and the teams would lose points for harassing to the referee to protest a decision.

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