How to obtain penalty fifa 16 coverage

Lately I've been thinking time and again about how I could improve football even further. I came up with 10 rules that almost exclusively affect the game itself. The rules are mainly related to the Bundesliga and league systems. I am aware that many changes within the FIFA Rule Board would have to be changed and that implementation would be almost impossible for the leagues. Therefore, the rules should only be seen as food for thought.

1. Every game deserves a winner
There should be a winner in every game, similar to ice hockey. So in the event of a tie after 80 minutes (more on that later) I would add a 15-minute extension. If there is still no winner after that, there is a shootout (more on that later).
The winner always receives 3 points, if there is a winner within the overtime period, the loser receives 1 point, and if the shootout goes into the shootout, the loser receives 2 points. With this change, there would be no more 0-0 games and the excitement of league games would be significantly increased.

2. The 15 minute extension
If there is no winner after 80 minutes, there is an extension of 15 minutes. Since I am aware that 30 minutes of extension is too much in the long run, I have deliberately set the extension to be 15 minutes at a time. This would be played with 8 field players + goalkeeper. It can also be changed twice (3 + 2). A maximum of one red card is accepted from the regular playing time. This means that if a team receives 2 or more red cards in regular time, only one is taken over. If team A has received 2 or more and team B 1 red card in regular time, team A starts with 8, and team B with 9 players. Why this player reduction: The aim of this rule is to increase the probability of goals and to bring the performance of individual players to the fore. With more freedom, the physique, technique and condition of the individual players would come to the fore. With the two additional substitutions, the depth of the squad would also gain in importance.

3. The shootout:
The shootout replaces the penalty shoot-out. The execution is similar to a penalty in ice hockey. The team in possession of the ball acts with 2 attacking players, the defending team acts with a goalkeeper and a defender. The ball is at the beginning 40 meters in front of the goal. The two attacking players may pass the ball as often as they want and must score a goal in one go. During the play, there must be a recognizable move to the goal. The offside rule applies.
Whoever has scored more hits after every 5 attempts wins. If there is no winner after 5 attempts, Sudden Death continues. Within the first 10 attempts of a team, 2 players from the attacking team may only compete once together. A player may play a maximum of 2x attack and defense within the total of the first 20 attempts. Classic penalties are still available in regular time and in extra time. The aim here is to end the "lottery" of the penalty shoot-out and to introduce a system that emphasizes football skills. I am convinced that the shootout would bring a lot more spectacle than a simple penalty shoot-out. In addition, the multitude of possible variants (from long shots, to crosses, tempo dribbles, ...).

4. The 80 minutes of playing time
I find the current regulation with an undefined stoppage time to be very intransparent. I would reduce the playing time to a fixed 80 minutes without stoppage time (15 minutes in extra time), but with the referee being able to stop the clock. This is done by a double whistle. A stop must be made if a quick continuation of the game is not possible / desired, in the event of a player change, a goal, or a game interruption (e.g. injury or card due to time play). The aim here is, on the one hand, greater transparency and, on the other hand, deliberately not counting interruptions as part of the playing time, thus reducing the time play. Nowadays, football is one of the few professional sports that does not have a fixed playing time, and in which, after the end of the playing time, the referee alone decides on the time of the end of the game, and an undefined time is estimated for injury time. I often find this to be very unfair, and it gives the deliberate time game a lot of leeway. Therefore, as in handball, for example, a fixed playing time with the possibility / obligation to stop the game.

5. The 3 minute penalty
More and more often I notice the discrepancy between offenses that lead to yellow cards. Today, taking off the jersey is equated with a foul resulting in injury if both of them receive a yellow card as a result. I am therefore in favor of a separation between fouls and other offenses. In the case of excessive complaints to the referee, demands for penalties, swallows and time play, the player receives a 3 minute penalty and has to leave the field of play for this time. If a goalkeeper or a team member (incl. Coach and other persons of the club in the interior) receives a 3 minute penalty, a field player must take it. The aim here is on the one hand to separate these penalties from foul play (endangering the opponent), and on the other hand, hopefully, to reduce the number of complaints and swallows. Especially in connection with the fixed playing time, time penalties in the final minutes would hurt the teams a lot. Foul play on the opponent and handball would continue to be penalized with the yellow card.

6. The hand rule
The hand rule needs to be simplified. Only deliberate handball is punishable. The enlargement of the body area has to be done consciously. If the ball hits the body instead of the hand / arm, this is not a criminal offense. This means that if you protect your abdomen or face with your hand and the ball ricochets off your hand / arm in an uncontrolled manner, this is not a criminal offense. Even "shooting" from close range is only punishable if there is a clear intention.

7. Two field judges
Similar to handball, I would use two field referees. One is in the area between 16-meter space and the baseline, the second between the center line and 16-meter space. If all field players are in the area around the center line (goal kick), the referees stand at the level of the rearmost players. Thus, the referees would have to provide less mileage and would be less physically stressed at the end of the game, which would improve the ability to concentrate. In addition, this would allow two angles instead of one. This would also make match-fixing more difficult. The use of video evidence could also be reorganized as a result. Furthermore, such young referees could be brought up to the level of the first division more quickly with less pressure, since the responsibility is divided between two people.

8. 1 minute after the goal, time for cheers
I find the regulation with yellow cards after a goal scored very unfortunate because of game delay and fair play. Therefore, in connection with the possibility of stopping the game, the game should be paused for 1 minute after a goal. During this time, any kind of fair cheering is allowed, including taking off the jersey and cheering at the fence. After 1 minute, ALL players must be back in their half of the game / coaching zone. There is a 3-minute penalty for non-compliance.

9. Passes to the goalkeeper may not be accepted
I find the current regulation that back passes that were not played with the foot may be accepted, still too generous. Therefore: Any consciously played back pass must not be recorded. Thus, the goalkeeper would have the same rights as the outfield players if the ball was in possession. This would require more technical skills in goalkeeping, which I would appreciate. It would also make the defense game more complex in general.

10th promotion-relegation round
I find the current regulation with 2 relegation games extremely questionable. On the one hand, a goal conceded can ruin an entire season, and on the other hand it has been shown that in most cases the first division team wins. Therefore my regulation would be a 4 team relegation with the 15th and 16th of the 1st division, and the 3rd and 4th of the second division. The game is played in a group system, 1x against each other. The 15th of the 1st division and the 3rd of the 2nd division each have 2 home games, the other two teams one each. The 15th of the 1st division and the 3rd of the 2nd division start with an extra point. The goal is very clear that more teams get promoted from the 2nd division, and that the years of bad management in the 1st division will finally be punished more.