Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 1 Jul 2020.
The one where one of our players gets fouled, receives treatment for his injury, then has to leave the field, game kicks off, then has to wait for the ref to let him back on.
Last man- penalty and red card
Obviously if its an outrageous tackle then yes red card, but if its s david luiz tug of the shirt then a yellow and pen is sufficiently enough imo
I would make referees review the games after they have finished and book players retrospectively for all dives. If you weren't touched you weren't fouled unless you're on a fast run down the wing and had to jump out of the way to stop your legs being broken.
When there's a free kick, if any player other than one from the team that has been awarded the free kick touches the ball with the intention to delay the resumption of play, they get a yellow card.
I like this new 5 sub rule. Would like to see it become part of the game permanently.
The drinks break not so much. Maybe on a boiling hot day and both teams agree on the first half but certainly not the 2nd half when there’s natural stoppages anyway.
Only Captains can talk to the referee
Any other backchat march them 10 yards back
Certainly adds more ability to change the game from the bench, and widens the overall tactical battle of the game
Offside = Offside
I’m in two minds about this.
Against Leeds, Neil Harris clearly used it as a “time out” to disrupt Leeds/coach our players.
I’m still in two minds if I think that’s a good thing or a bad thing tbh
The diving for a penalty getting a yellow card.
Make it a red card for diving anywhere on the pitch with a 5 match ban. Retrospective too so even if the ref misses it, they still get found out.
It’d stop diving overnight.
I think the offside rules need to be made simpler. If you're offside then you're offside.
Offside >= Offside
Isn't that rule in place now?
The 10 yard rule was tried and quietly abandoned. It was benefiting the defending team as much as the attacking.
Change the new drop ball law , waste of time! Its all but a free kick , being back proper drop balls and shin kicks !
The turning a blind eye to grabbing hold of players in the area. It's not sodding aussie rules. If it were me, I'd tie their bloody arms to their sides if they get seen doing it
What about a variation of the 10 yard rule.... the attacking team can choose if they want to move the ball up to 10 yards, forwards or backwards. Avoids the defending team abusing the rule, and gives the attacking team a chance at goal from a more optimal position.