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Football Media 22/23

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#6
Now Flash is in the gun for Salad not signing a new contract with the Dipps

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/jack-grealish-mohamed-salah-contract-27128144
F*ck off Lawrenson you tepid, washed up ex-pundit. What a load of tosh. An article written based on f*ck all but designed to wind up the dipper fans and prey on their 'victim culture' whereby it's not Salad or his agent - it's a player at another club AND the team that just beat them to the title. AGAIN. What a load of old bollocks :finger:
 
#13
Football law makers will discuss the introduction of temporary concussion substitutes in a ground-breaking move which is likely to have the backing of the Premier League.

The issue will be dealt with on Monday by the International Football Association Board (Ifab) which last year approved trials of permanent concussion substitutes.

The FA and Premier League took part in those trials, allowing clubs two extra replacements if players show signs of a head injury.

However there is now a drive to adopt the use of temporary substitutes, which would bring football into line with rugby

The issue will be discussed at Ifab’s annual general meeting which is taking place in Doha on Monday.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/footbal...orary-concussion-subs-discussed-footballs-law
 
#14
Football law makers will discuss the introduction of temporary concussion substitutes in a ground-breaking move which is likely to have the backing of the Premier League.

The issue will be dealt with on Monday by the International Football Association Board (Ifab) which last year approved trials of permanent concussion substitutes.

The FA and Premier League took part in those trials, allowing clubs two extra replacements if players show signs of a head injury.

However there is now a drive to adopt the use of temporary substitutes, which would bring football into line with rugby

The issue will be discussed at Ifab’s annual general meeting which is taking place in Doha on Monday.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/footbal...orary-concussion-subs-discussed-footballs-law
Very sensible and long overdue.
 
#15
It is indeed……but I always have my suspicions that in football - as opposed to rugby - that there is more scope for this sort of rule to be abused and misused. I hope not ……but we already see how some players feign injuries in football. In rugby they play on with dislocated joints …….some footballers will go down with a hang nail.
 
#16
It is indeed……but I always have my suspicions that in football - as opposed to rugby - that there is more scope for this sort of rule to be abused and misused. I hope not ……but we already see how some players feign injuries in football. In rugby they play on with dislocated joints …….some footballers will go down with a hang nail.
yes the fake blood ploy
 
#17
The Premier League faces an unprecedented shortfall in experienced referees next season after Kevin Friend became the fourth long-serving official to quit the top flight this summer - to take a management role with the referees’ organisation.

Friend, 50, is the youngest of the retirees this summer, following Mike Dean, 54; Jon Moss, 51; and Martin Atkinson, 51, out the game

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/footbal...-league-facing-shortfall-experienced-referees
 
#18
The Premier League faces an unprecedented shortfall in experienced referees next season after Kevin Friend became the fourth long-serving official to quit the top flight this summer - to take a management role with the referees’ organisation.

Friend, 50, is the youngest of the retirees this summer, following Mike Dean, 54; Jon Moss, 51; and Martin Atkinson, 51, out the game

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/footbal...-league-facing-shortfall-experienced-referees
None will be missed, the new blood can't be any worse and should be able to keep up with the play a bit better.