In the next 10 years, football will significantly change (Part 2)

Rules may also change. Football is proud to be a conservative sport, rarely changing the rules of the game. But when a reform was made, it greatly affected football. Handcuffing the goalkeeper with the back of the ball is probably the most important change to football rules in the last half century, and it makes the speed of playing football increase immediately.

Over the next 10 years, perhaps the reforms that will address the extremely sensitive issue are “offside”. How is offside in the new definition, what are the technologies for determining offside? It is all about making the match more interesting and interesting. Right now, the FA is testing the offside rule in amateur competitions to evaluate its effectiveness.

What about the physical condition of a player? This is a big question. It seems the physical strength of the players in the English Premier League is not much better even though they are more methodically trained and harsher. Hard to believe, but that’s the truth.

The future of football will not necessarily see players being able to run more in a match, but almost certainly, they will have to run faster on a more regular basis.

The latest advanced fitness techniques will help players perform sprints at a higher intensity during a match. The old box-to-box midfielder that has to run up and run for 90 minutes will be a thing of the past as well as the form of endurance training by making the team run cross-country and run up the mountain, too.

The change of the European Cup is also a seriously studied aspect. The future of the Champions League will become an “elephant in the fridge”. UEFA, the Association of European Clubs (ECA), leagues and football leagues will not be able to negotiate future changes until 2024. Thus, from now until 2029, the Champions League will remain is the most prestigious tournament.

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