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The New Premier League Rules Of This Season Not Many Are Aware Of

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Triple punishment axed:

Players no longer would be sent off and banished for games if they deny a clear goal scoring opportunity. The referee will still award a penalty and a yellow card to the culprit will be given.

This has stirred many questions and few of them believe this will limit the needless dives and jumps that forwards use to attract the referee’s attention.

Pre-match red cards:

Referees can now send off player even before commencing the game if any kind of brawls or fallouts happens inside the tunnel or dugout. The famous Keane and Vieira incident would have seen both of them send off even before they took the field.

Feinting before taking a spot-kick:

No superficial trickeries or feinting would be allowed after advancing for the spot-kick. Stuttering run-ups are still allowed.

Kick-off:

It is also seen in Euro 2016 this year that one player can kick off the play. The ball should only move rather than going into the opposition half. This is a pretty insignificant change and has no direct effect on the game.

Infringements:

Coaches or assistants hindering the run of play would result in a penalty or free kick to the opposition side. This is to maintain the fair play which has been below par in many feisty matches.

Injuries treated on the pitch:

A nasty bookable offense often leaves the victim in dire pain and the player is carried outside to being treated. This is no longer necessary with the introduction of the new rules.

Players will receive treatment on the pitch and the time lost will be adjusted by the Referee. However, it is intriguing to see how will this rule fare when the injury is gruesome and will take the time to heal.

Boot checks:

Boot checking was only limited to the Referee but with the new rules in play, Assistants will check the boots without putting a temporary stop on the game. This will accelerate the proceedings.

Watch your mouth:

Referees have the luxury of booking or send off players who chatter back or abuse the referee or his assistants. It is a needed measure as players who are rebuked for a nasty foul often insult the refs without getting punished.

Handball leniency:

Perhaps, an absurd measure taken this rule will mean that a player who deliberately stops the play with his hand. However, if there is a goal scoring chance and the player uses his arm then they can be booked.

This has received deserved criticism from all around the Football world.

Ball Movement:

Any dead ball situation could go against the referee if the ball is not moving significantly and a player starts dribbling.

The color of undergarment:

The color of the undergarment should be same with the color of the shorts or the lowest part of it for shorts which are bi-colored or multi-colored.

Offside tweaks:

One of the most important aspects of football is the offside decision. Offside will only be called if the player’s body part with which he is capable of scoring crosses the midway line rather than the player’s whole body itself.

Free-kicks awarded against an offside call needs to be taken where the foul was actually committed.

Manchester United

Five Goalkeepers Who Could Replace Out Of Form David De Gea

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Manchester United could be forced to sell David De Gea this summer considering his form has been really bad this season. Manchester United have conceded 50 Goals this season. He managed 18 clean sheets last season but only managed 7 cleen sheets till now.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he has faith in De Gea but the club is already looking for options and is linked with several big names.

1. Jan Oblak

Jan Oblak is one of the best goalkeepers in the world with 115 clean sheets in 203 games.

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5 Midfielders Manchester United Should Target In The Transfer Window

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After appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager the club are beginning to prepare summer shopping list and it is likely Manchester United will go for the elite. So here are five men they could pursue.

5. Adrien Rabiot

The Frenchman is on his way out of PSG and he is heavily linked with Premier League switch. Rabiot is blessed with excellent technique and vision.

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Liverpool

5 STRIKERS LIVERPOOL COULD TARGET THIS SUMMER

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TIMO WERNER

Timo Wernwe is also rumoured to be a transfer target for Bayern Munich, Werner’s versatility makes him an ideal fit for Liverpool. His arrival would allow Klopp to field him alongside Firmino, Salah and Mane in an interchangeable front four.

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