Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants to bring new moves in football. The changes cover the whole field play and all the present rules.
The first change involves throw balls, instead of players throwing the ball in when its out of play from the touch line, Wenger suggests that players should be kicking the ball back to the field.
The 70-year-old Frenchman who is now working with FIFA after becoming the Chief Head of Global Football Development last year. This role helps in the process of rules and law changes in the game of football.
Wenger is also looking forward to altering offsides which he hopes can lead to benefit attacking players. This could be an advantage for the attackers but a call for an extra effort from the defenders. He is suggesting that set-pieces, touch free kicks and allowing corners to go out of play before coming back onto the field. A corner that goes out of play and comes back in could be made valid hence creating new goalscoring opportunities.
With all this new rules is Wenger looking to making football interesting, easier or is he destroying it?