Football to trial sin bins

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IFAB have announced new trials to football in order to improve player behaviour. One measure would be to introduce sin bins for player dissent.

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45 thoughts on “Football to trial sin bins

  1. Oh for god sake!! VAR has ruined football, now you want to ruin it further by having sinbins!! THIS IS FOOTBALL NOT RUGBY!!! Please leave our beautiful game alone, 80, 90's football was the best era, today is fixed by inconsistent VAR reviews!! Kills the game!! Football will be dead soon if keep messing it with it!! Put it back to how it used to be!! No video refs they're fixing matches!!

  2. Football is being killed by the Premier league, time to revert to division 1,2,3,4 the Premier league couldn't organise a piss up in a brewery….and Sky are leading it by the nose. 😅

  3. Which folks come up with these ideas? It really baffles. It will create more the resentment towards the refs with this sin bin thing. Coz the players are to be sent off because the ref's emotions are hurt

  4. Pathetic. Who's to say you won't have several players sin binned in a single game🤨. What then? I'll tell you what, the game WILL be slowed tf down until the transgressing team is back to 11. Again, pathetic!

  5. Introducing these changes wouldn't be a bad thing.. But from the timing point of view. l believe this is not the best time.. At a time, when everyone wants to see VAR improve, the next thing we hear is all those changes and that VAR not even on the agenda.. As long as VAR is not close to the standard that everyone expect; believe me the beautiful game of football will become something else…We are going to have more displinery issues than ever before… This is because the main issue(VAR), will not be attended to anytime soon.. If that's the case, let all be ready for the confusion…. Imagine stopping players and managers from reacting after a clear and obvious error by VAR; just look at that.. For me the best approach would have been, clearing all VAR grey areas . Once that one is accomplished then the issue of making changes can come after ..By doing this, the rate and level of making unnecessary errors will reduce drastically in the game……

    Let's not forget that football is a game and that fans play a major role in making it a business.. By now, we all know how it is like; playing football in an empty stadium… COVID gave as a glimpse of how the beautiful game of football can turn out to be without fans…. Let not push away fans by making decisions that will have the life time negative impact on the game of football….. Clement (Zambia)..

  6. VAR is sucking the enjoyment out of the game, you can not celebrated any thing like goals and are treating the players like as if they are playing with computers and not living, breathing human beings that are getting hurt and shortening the footballers age of retiring because of the lengthening of game play in one game more prone to bad injuries. It's not only VAR players make mistakes to, put VAR in the bin itself and be done with it.

  7. I agree with other people's opinion on how can meetings be held to bring other things in when VAR alone is causing chaos. Things are being introduced way to quickly for anything to settle.

  8. Adding more unneeded complexities won't solve anything. Just make the present rules more concrete and implement technology in direct decisions more (like the goal-line tech), that would be a better solution than whatever nonsense this is.

  9. Man stop bringing Rugby rules to football. First you introduced TMO/VAR which destroyed everything in football. Sin Bins are for harsh tackles in rugby so how tf will it work in football?

  10. This is so dumb dumb dumb dumb and stupid what a joke 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓

  11. Just put the captains armband on whoever wants to have a go at the ref then! Policing players behaviors before addressing the root cause of substandard referring is ridiculous

  12. This is not the way forward. However, the players screaming in the ref's face needs to stop. So hopefully this stops that and then also HOPEFULLY 'sin bins' can be removed and the culture of no one speaking to the ref bar the captain is the current way of life now.

  13. Jesus. The ref's are so WEAK.
    If they just gave the yellow the second of the first sign of dissent, the rest of the players wouldn't do it. But they allow it all game then give it to the 14th example. Like Liverpool v Arsenal the other day. Absolute joke.

  14. Funny enough, I do not hear complaints from footy fans coming from countries where ice hockey (the sport where the "sin bin" concept originated from) is a major sport already! 🤷‍♂️

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