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World Soccer Brutal Plays -The Need to Restore Decency with 10 x 10 Rule
 

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    World Soccer Brutal Plays -The Need to Restore Decency with 10 x 10 Rule World Soccer Brutal Plays -The Need to Restore Decency with 10 x 10 Rule Presentation Transcript

    • Game Review SeriesBrutality rampant in the Bundesliga and Top Leagues – It’s High Time to Clamp Down January 25, 2012 For YouTube video of this report please CLICK HERE!
    • This past weekend was one of the most BRUTALthat I’ve ever seen• Sebastian Proedl of Bremen brutally kicked in the face by a Kaiserslautern defender - broken nose + broken jaw + concussion - will not be back this season• Benedikt Hoewedes suffered a broken jaw – 6-8 weeks out• Daniel van Buyten suffered a broken bone in his foot when Marco Reusintentionally stepped on it while scrambling for the ball – 3 months out
    • Other BRUTAL injuries this past season include• Subitic of Dortmund – broken jaw and concussion – was out 3 months• Michael Ballack of Leverkusen – broken nose – played with face mask• Huntelaar of Schalke – broken nose – also played with face mask• Schweinsteiger of Bayern Munich – broken collar bone – out for 2 months
    • While some of these injuries were not causedby malicious play by the opposing team.....
    • some of them clearly were....
    • intentional.
    • The 10 x 10 Rule• Use video replays extensively to do post-game reviews by select panel of officials• Panel will review injury replays -> Was the foul intentional or accidental?• Charge a hefty penalty consisting of the following measures: 1. Suspended the guilty player with 10 match suspension (across all levels of competition including internationals) 2. The team for whom the foul-committing player plays must pay 10 times the salary of the injured player to the injured player’s team management –for as long as the player remains out of commission. Players injured for life to receive remuneration equal to the projected cumulative future career earnings for that player.• Create an international players union to protect the rights of and help ensure the health and well-being of all professional players around the world.
    • The 10 x 10 Rule• All high level leagues – Bundesliga, Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Champions League,South American leagues – should use video replays extensively in order to do post-gamereviews by an official panel of experienced officials• The panel assigned to a match will review injury generating fouls or plays to determine towhat degree the foul committed was intentional or accidental beyond a reasonable doubt• If it has been determined that the injurious foul/play was intentional beyond areasonable doubt, a penalty should be charged against the player and team responsible forcommitting the foul consisting of the following measures: 1. The player who committed the injurious foul/play should be suspended from playing at least 10 matches (across any and every league that the team competes/plays in as well as international competitions). This is why it is crucial for the domestic leagues, FIFA, UEFA agree to cooperate in the enforcement of this rule. 2. The team for whom the foul-committing player plays must pay 10 times the salary of the injured player to the injured team’s management – for as long as the player remains out of commission. If a player is injured for life, the injured player will receive the proceeds of a disability insurance policy equivalent to the estimated/projected cumulative career earnings of the player.
    • RepercussionsIf leagues don’t act together to crack down now on “thugs” any of the followingwill happen:• the quality of play will decline dramatically (as good players drop like flies andmore lower quality players are left playing the game)• lower level (poor) teams will climb the tables at the expense of the rich clubs.•All teams will begin to take justice in their own hands and take out perpetratorsand/or inflict vengeful fouls to get even• star players will make much less money because they will not be perceived asworth the risk of higher compensation levels (as the possibly for injury remainshigh)• thug quality soccer can and will provoke and incite brutish behavior by hardcore fans• thug quality soccer takes away from the beauty of the game and will inspire young players to play more like animals than artisans
    • On behalf of the majority of soccer fans,coaches, and skilled players -ProSoccerTactics.com urges FIFA, UEFA, andall domestic leagues to meet and agree ona blanket policy that enforces clean playand punishes thugs and teams thatadvocate brutish style of play. It is hightime to restore a sense of decency to thegame.
    • What do YOU think?Do you agree that the game must be madesafer for players?Or do you feel that because soccer is acontact sport, brutal fouls and injuries willalways be a part of the game?How would you suggest going aboutmaking the game safer?
    • Game Review SeriesBrutality rampant in the Bundesliga and Top Leagues – It’s High Time to Clamp Down January 25, 2012 For YouTube video of this report please CLICK HERE!