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sbobet thai As part of Support The Ref week, we asked you to vote on your preferred rule changes in football. Now, we bring you the experts' verdict.

From sin-bins to celebrating as you wish, limited VAR referrals to post-match interviews for referees, you've been voting in your droves for which rules you believe would improve the game.

The current standings are at the bottom of this page, but we got the thoughts of former ref Dermot Gallagher, FA's head of refs Neale Barry and PGMOL general manager Mike Riley.

Experts: Never gonna happen!

Gallagher: I'm not keen on this, because I think each referee interacts differently. Every Premier League ref has a slightly different personality, dealing with things slightly different, but looking to get the same result. The way they deal with it is in their own personal way, and it should be kept private. I know in rugby it works, but I don't like comparing apples with oranges, this is football that is rugby, it's a different game and different culture. In football, I am not sure at this moment in time it would be right. If I was a referee I wouldn't want it.

Barry: I am not a believer in that. I think at the end of the day, it really depends on the referees themselves. I'm not sure it would help, even at Premier League level, when you're in the heat of battle, with players around you, to be recorded, I wouldn't be in favour of that.

Experts: It could happen

Gallagher: At the moment the captain is the main focal point; they come in to speak to refs pre-match and they are the first point of contact on the field. That isn't too distant to what they do in rugby anyhow.

Barry: One of the experiments we are working on at the moment at IFAB is giving more responsibility to the captain, so that if there is a question to ask, it is just the skipper and not a group of players asking. For that to happen the captain needs to have a fairly good disciplinary record themselves and they need to have the respect of the rest of their team. sbobet thai

Experts: It's harsh, but it won't change

Gallagher: The laws are there for a reason, stipulated by FIFA right through world football. This proves that referees sometimes may not like the laws, but they have to uphold them. It's never a problem giving a player a yellow card for celebrating in the crowd, unless it's their second yellow! Then it is a problem, because you really are a pantomime villain.

Experts: Never gonna happen!

Gallagher: It's 100 per cent no for me. I get asked this all of the time. For two reasons; 1) You would never have me up post-match to ask me to explain how brilliant I was, you'd be dragging up things that I would have to defend. 2) Some of my decisions may be subject to FA disciplinary action further down the line, so I couldn't talk about them anyhow.

Experts: It will happen, at least at grassroots

Gallagher: Local parks in Nottinghamshire are already experimenting with sin-bins, taking 10 minutes out. Some referees think it works, some don't. It's very hard to police, because if I give somebody a 10-minute sin bin, then give another player a 10-minute sin-bin, you have no fourth officials at those levels, so they're policing themselves. It's quite difficult with what else they have to deal with on the field. It's a good idea, I think, but I'm not sure it's quite right at the moment.

Experts: Slim chances

Gallagher: Can you imagine, it's 0-0 in the FA Cup semi-final, and the referee gives a penalty, the defending team will 100 per cent challenge it in an attempt to delay. If you give somebody three challenges, it would become a tactical issue rather than a factual issue.

Riley: At the moment, it is an experiment. Initially, three challenges was debated at IFAB, and at that stage, it didn't seem beneficial to the game. But over time, three or four years, VAR will evolve, we all know that. Where will it get to? I don't know. Will three challenges be a part of that? I don't know. sbobet thai


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