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More substitutes is advantageous to the bigger clubs with the bigger squads and greater strength in depth.

So in principle, I’m against it, but as we’re one of the bigger clubs in L1, I’m all in favour.

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Totally against it.

Just gives teams with money, or the relegated teams with bigger budgets to fill their squad and keep everybody happy.

Leaves all the "Smaller" clubs with even less chance.

They are trying their best to stop it being a fair league.

I would put it back down to two.

 

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Why not swap the entire team when defending a corner, call a time out when the ball crosses the half way line and change to an attack minded team.  Gt a corner, and then wait for the opposition to do the same.

 

We could even call it 'defence' and 'offence' if you like

 

MK will be home about 2 in the morning following a 3pm k.o

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17 minutes ago, Skamp said:

Why not swap the entire team when defending a corner, call a time out when the ball crosses the half way line and change to an attack minded team.  Gt a corner, and then wait for the opposition to do the same.

 

We could even call it 'defence' and 'offence' if you like

 

MK will be home about 2 in the morning following a 3pm k.o

This. Stop pissing about with what we used to think was 'our' game.  If it ain't broke... stop pissing about with it for the sake of it. 

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Don’t like it. Removes the jeopardy of making subs, puts less importance on team selection, and most importantly will just about put a stop to one of my favourite parts of the game, outfielders in goal. 

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3 minutes ago, LiamOwl said:

Don’t like it. Removes the jeopardy of making subs, puts less importance on team selection, and most importantly will just about put a stop to one of my favourite parts of the game, outfielders in goal. 

That's a good point.

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49 minutes ago, LiamOwl said:

We’ll still have ‘keepers coming up for corners, MAL 😁

The way it's going, we will be able to have 2 goalies going up for corners 🤣

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7 hours ago, mkowlthesexynewversion said:

I bet you were gutted when they got rid of rouges 

I was delighted. It was bad enough '70s pop fuckwits wearing makeup.  

 

 

 

 

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41 minutes ago, HoylandOwl said:

Something else I’d not noticed re changes next season too…

Clubs will also now be allowed to wear change strips for home games, or to mix and match different elements of their kits, in order to avoid kit clashes for colour-blind supporters.

How is that going to work? The ref has always decided on possible kit clashes although Sky get involved if the game is televised. 

Will a 'tourist' complain that they've paid £30 for a ticket but couldn't tell which team was which?

Or is it gonna be used as a marketing ploy for a 4th kit? Stripes for the home shirt but a predominantly blue shirt (white pin stripes or white sleeves) that'll be worn twice. 

 

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