FIFA to test Arsene Wenger's offside proposal

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FIFA president Gianni Infantino confirmed IFAB will be looking to conduct trials over a new interpretation of the offside rule proposed by former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
Wenger, now FIFA's Chief of Global Football Development, wants to introduce fresh criteria whereby if any part of an attacker's body is onside, he will be deemed as being onside.
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  • Should be based on position of players feet only. If an attackers feet are onside, then the player is onside, regardless of any other body position.

    Con 27Con 275 timer siden
  • Attackers gonna start running like naruto, arms back, body front

    CrunchyMindCrunchyMind15 timer siden
  • Wow new patches coming. An Attack buff would be great imo.

    • Kaansaticiii •• Kaansaticiii •2 dager siden
  • Offside should be taken off ..... let alone layers show what they can do defenders attackers ware

    anjilloanjillo2 dager siden
  • Offside should only count if a goal is scored or created during the move, otherwise...what's the point in giving offside at all.Offside rule should only count if the players feet are beyond the oppositions feet,on the ground,not if their leg or arm passes the defenders body to strike the ball or to move away from the defenders.

    Steven WilloughbySteven Willoughby3 dager siden
  • No. Feet only. Microship the laces if needs be.

    Patrick A. CrawleyPatrick A. Crawley3 dager siden
  • Look at him or look at the camera. Flitting between the two looks weird AF.

    BillBill3 dager siden
  • I always hated the offside rule and always thought it should be the way it was explained in this video, if any part of the player is in inline with the defender it should not be offside, it prevents strikes from making timed runs behind the defence because it is almost impossible to time it with the offside rule as it stands now.

    Griffin GamingGriffin Gaming4 dager siden
  • Somebody is finally speaking

    Decs CemberDecs Cember4 dager siden
  • Wont work because it allows the attacker to effectively pin on the wrong side which is a completely unfair advantage

    CharlieHustlBeatsCharlieHustlBeats4 dager siden
  • Your right shoulder is off side when breaking through your score with your left foot that was onside it’s a goal. Simple logic should prevail. Armpits have been off side when running through when was the last time you saw someone score with their armpit after being played through.

    Clobber 66Clobber 665 dager siden
  • Serbia fifa ronaldo no goal why

    sd sdsd sd5 dager siden
  • Damn that will be interesting anyway

    Daniel SouzaDaniel Souza5 dager siden
  • I always say feet placement should be the only measure.

    Kelly151proofKelly151proof6 dager siden
  • Pretty sure we thought of that idea years ago, about daylight between the players.

    Stuart YaxleyStuart Yaxley6 dager siden
  • Presenter got rocks in his mouth? Jesus that was hard to listen to

    James DJames D6 dager siden
  • People with accent. RP.

    NotOfThisWorldNotOfThisWorld6 dager siden
  • he said "laws" xD

    saxy1playersaxy1player6 dager siden
  • Dumbass rule

    Matin A-Matin A-6 dager siden
  • What if, instead of letting the VAR decide, giving the defending team a right to protest against the onside decision so the referee can have a look?

    mags dunklmags dunkl7 dager siden
  • Actually most cases are easy to decide. If you have to think whether it's offside, it ain't offside.

    mags dunklmags dunkl7 dager siden
  • In my opinion, the attacker's feet shall count as measure for offside, no other party of the body. And any part of the defenders.

    mags dunklmags dunkl7 dager siden
  • Come on 🤦‍♀️ how the hell the new offside create a challenge 😡😡😡 what Arsen Said totally logic. "Millimetre" of the body is offside 😡😡😡 ridiculous rule

    BeautyHunter1986BeautyHunter19867 dager siden
  • Wenger proposed kick with feet instead of using handfor throw ins What a legend

    QWECYQWECY7 dager siden
  • Exactly. If you're arm or hand is in front of the defender (or "offside"), it shouldn't count as offside since you can't score with that part of the body. There is no advantage if that part of the body is "offside".

    Rehena YesminRehena Yesmin8 dager siden
  • I'm confused about how it makes the decision clearer. Surely it just changes the side of the attacker you draw the line on.

    Angus NobleAngus Noble8 dager siden
    • Yh it doesnt its silly. Souness point makes sense but the advantage will be too great in my opinion

      CharlieHustlBeatsCharlieHustlBeats4 dager siden
  • So now the focus will be on the fraction of a mm the two players overlap, instead of the fraction of a mm the attacker’s arm is past the defender’s leg. Great solution idiots.

    Mitch HakkerMitch Hakker8 dager siden
  • Ffs will ruin the game this

    The BeastThe Beast8 dager siden
  • Apart from hands, you can score with most other parts of body.

    Just busting your ballsJust busting your balls8 dager siden
  • I wish Arsenal kept him as manager, now seeing what our club has become😪

    B3NB3N8 dager siden
    • @Matin A- calm down it’s only a commercial

      B3NB3N6 dager siden
    • Your wanker owners should give arteta some money to buy the players he wants. Arteta will bring arsenal back.

      Matin A-Matin A-6 dager siden
  • Make a line 20 meters parallel to the goal out line and if ball is inside this part of the field, there is no offside. That would make it easy to judge and there would be much less "hunting" for offsides from difference.

    Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson8 dager siden
  • it should be your hips. it's the center of your body

    William ArmitageWilliam Armitage8 dager siden
  • We are going to see strikers with arms streched out.

    Tom in ToylandTom in Toyland8 dager siden
  • are we sure that this system could avoid millimetrical decisions? IMO this kind of solution could only MOVE the problem a bit "forward" in terms of offside line (I don't know how to solve it, maybe counting offside only the body parts on the ground /only the feet...)

    Vincenzo ValvanoVincenzo Valvano8 dager siden
  • The discussion will shift to from millimeters over the line to millimeters on the line

    SaSpursfanSaSpursfan8 dager siden
  • This would really help. Too many good goals being called offside for such a tiny infraction.

    chelihawkchelihawk8 dager siden
  • We should change penaltys. Sometimes the penalty kick is too much of a punishment. Not every fault inside the area should result in a penalty kick, only when the fault is to prevent a goal oportunity. It's difficult to change but something needs to be done, as a football fan I'm tired to see stupid casual handballs or silly fouls away from goals deciding the matches.

    Camilo PachecoCamilo Pacheco8 dager siden
  • This guy want attackers to do the Naruto run.

    Drago DonDrago Don9 dager siden
  • My solution: get rid of VAR altogether.

    captainphoenixcaptainphoenix9 dager siden
  • Wenger is such a legend

    Mir MehdiMir Mehdi9 dager siden
  • My proposal is no penaltys. Stop giving goals to players that don't deserve them.

    Keith DeakinKeith Deakin9 dager siden
  • Well I saw a goal this weekend on MOTD where a goal scorers' arm , calling where he wanted it placed , ( similar to Bamfords last year) and the goal was allowed. No VAR ?

    Dai KayllDai Kayll9 dager siden
  • My solution to the VAR mm issue is to have a "referee's choice" area similar to the way cricket implemented the technology. In cricket this area is effectively half the width of the ball, which would probably work well enough. In terms of reducing the impact of offsides on attacking play, my idea since childhood is to add a 25 yard/20 metre line to start offsides rather than the current half way line. This would slightly increase the space available in midfield while still achieving the aim of the original law. For me, the biggest issue facing football lawmakers currently is the quick tactical foul, where the benefits of doing this far outweigh the penalty. This one strikes me as a much more difficult problem to tackle than offside, handball, VAR, simulation or any of the other known on-field issues.

    Zelandakh NitebladeZelandakh Niteblade9 dager siden
  • This will probably make teams sit back further disconnecting the defense from the rest of the team or just having teams play on the break only. It will make it much harder to rely on the offside trap.

    Texas SteveTexas Steve9 dager siden
  • Sure it will create less offside calls, but there is no difference to the millimeter decisions so the controversy stays the same.

    MrMattie725MrMattie7259 dager siden
  • It's a great idea. Way too many disallowed goals for what looks like a finger nail over the line. It hurts the sport.

    gunz300gunz3009 dager siden
  • Sorry but this is just stupid!! The same questions about inches will happen with the parts of the body left behind, if you wanna change anything what about stopping the time when the game is stopped?? It will give more time to play and for us to watch!!!!!!

    TotocaTotoca9 dager siden
  • Completely irrelevant, but just wanted to call out all the petty, overreacting people who say that they have fallen out of love with the game because of VAR or such bollocks.

    JJRCJJRC9 dager siden
  • It’ll make it very tough for us referees, especially those refereeing matches without VAR

    Will LawsonWill Lawson9 dager siden
    • linesmen will have the hard job

      D RclD Rcl9 dager siden
  • Don't change anything, just put a 10sec clock on VAR. If the VAR referee can't make a decision in less than 10sec, then it's not offside. The offside rule is meant so the offenders don't take clear advantages of the defenders. If you're looking at millimeters then the advantage is not clear and you should allow it.

    Thomas B.Thomas B.9 dager siden
  • Just ban football while people are still dyeing one rule for poor another rule for these overpaid muppets.

    george coverdalegeorge coverdale9 dager siden
    • Bruh

      JJRCJJRC9 dager siden
  • They should change it so offsides is only called when inside the box

    GiocryptGiocrypt9 dager siden
  • just think all the blokes will be having that conversation again with their wives and girlfriends down the pub......trying to explain the offside rule ...

    Rob ShawRob Shaw10 dager siden
  • This would solve nothing though

    Pedro ManuelPedro Manuel10 dager siden
  • Years ago - 1970s - my team played in an 11-a-side tournament, 15 mins each way. To make goals more possible, there were NO offsides. Each team played a goal-hanger in their 1st games but they were always man-to-man marked and it didn't work, so spontaneously thereafter every team just played football. It flowed, no offside appeals, no aggro to linesmen or refs about offsides. Fewer hold-ups in the game so more play; it WORKED. Linesmen still needed for ball in or out of play and goal-line decisions - but I have never heard anyone propose scrapping the offside rule.

    TomTrustTomTrust10 dager siden
    • @Mike JJJ Well, obviously, but of course I'm referring to the 11-a-side game.

      TomTrustTomTrust9 dager siden
    • Yeah five a side you don’t have offside.

      Mike JJJMike JJJ9 dager siden
  • Offside rule destroying the game..Take it out all together!

    Tomi STomi S10 dager siden
    • Bruh

      JJRCJJRC9 dager siden
  • Basically they want more goals in the game.

    S OS O10 dager siden
  • Well, this only encourages lower defensive lines. This seemed like an idea that sounded right in his head until it comes into practice.

    XXLRebelXXLRebel10 dager siden
  • Still a shitty rule. Put a line on the field like they do in hockey. Can't cross the line before the ball does.

    Kevin GrienerKevin Griener10 dager siden
  • 1 The technology is not accurate enough to determine a literal 'to the mm' rule for offside. It simply can't say exactly when the ball was kicked vs where the attacker is vs the defenders. Cricket has the same issue with ball tracking hence Umpires call. Even though the ball appears to be hitting the stumps the technology has a margin of error so can't definitively state the ball was hitting. 2. Simply add a margin of error to the offside var process so although the player is shown offside, it is not conclusive ie not BEYOND the set margin of error ergo the goal stands. Attackers can't game the system really either. No need for rule changes (although for me only the legs and torso should decide an offside). If the technology improves, reduce the margin of error. This is in harmony with how real a/r's decide. They have to see or hear when the ball is kicked vs the position of the attacker/last defender. That in itself has an error margin, VAR should just be a more accurate version of that.

    suzette9999suzette999910 dager siden
    • If you have to get lines out, it’s too close to call. Just give it onside.

      JJRCJJRC9 dager siden
  • Offside was introduced to prevent goal-hanging. Souness is right. If you're the last defender and any part of the attacker is further away from the goal line than any part of you - ONSIDE. If all of the attacker is clearly past you - OFFSIDE.

    ExEssex :ExEssex :10 dager siden
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    ValmerixValmerix10 dager siden
  • Tbh.. the offside line should be called when the attacker's foot passes the last defender's heels.. so if the body pf the attacker is leaning forward.. but the feet didn't cross the last defender's heel, it's still good

    Gabriel SondakGabriel Sondak10 dager siden
  • Just get rid of Var it has ruined the game

    Doug BaireadDoug Bairead10 dager siden
  • I watch the news.... From the small screen behind the news anchor

    Keysa T AKeysa T A10 dager siden
  • Good, the current law is ridiculous to begin with

    AdrianAdrian10 dager siden
  • Wait, isn’t this already used in some leagues in Europe?

    Eduardo FerdinandiEduardo Ferdinandi10 dager siden
  • I wonder why the trial is in China? Must have some financial reasons

    Dunno AnyoneDunno Anyone10 dager siden
  • Morrata will be thrilled

    el hachemiel hachemi10 dager siden
  • I feel like this will just make teams defend deeper to avoid leaving space in behind, probably actually means less attacking play and definitely less pressing.

    Justin NieuwhofJustin Nieuwhof10 dager siden
    • Also it definitely doesn't fix looking for millimetres, as anyone who thinks about it can easily see.

      Justin NieuwhofJustin Nieuwhof10 dager siden
  • Agree!

    samuel roughleysamuel roughley10 dager siden
  • I agree with Souness. It should be the foot only that counts and I wish the assistants would flag it as soon as it happens again.

    Elliot 500Elliot 50010 dager siden
  • How to fix VAR: 1) Thicken the offside measuring lines giving you a margin of error. If the lines overlap at all it's onside. 2) Give each team 2 VAR reviews for fouls, handballs, penalty claims etc that you lose if you make a wrong review. That way we dont get these ridiculous situations where the play gets stopped 2mins after the incident. 3) Keep goaline tech as is. It's perfect

    Insert NameInsert Name11 dager siden
  • This is a rubbish idea. Instead of checking to see of a millimetre of the striker is in front of the defender it'll be checking to see if a millimetre is behind the defender.

    Insert NameInsert Name11 dager siden
  • The offside must not be touched. The technology has to improve.

    Top SkillsTop Skills11 dager siden
  • If any part of your body that can score a goal with is deemed offside, that still means a mm of foot can still be offside (e.g. Mane v EFC at Goodison). I agree with Souness....and this is coming from an Evertonian!

    Thus Spake MikeThus Spake Mike11 dager siden
  • I give up watching football if this rule even implement.

    Aniq AhmadAniq Ahmad11 dager siden
    • No you won’t

      JJRCJJRC9 dager siden
  • That’s how hockey works

    Bryon GephartBryon Gephart11 dager siden
  • How wonderfully pointless.

    mcl48YTmcl48YT11 dager siden
  • How you gunna measure daylight between players. There some far better ideas for rule changes on twitter but they don’t seem to want the general public’s ideas

    Ian BeverleyIan Beverley11 dager siden
  • I don't see how differentiating on body parts will remove the millimeter discussions. It will only make matters even more difficult for the linesmen who now also have to process in that millisecond if the body part they observe to be offline is a goal scoring candidate and later when the goal is scored, if it was that body part which was offside (IIUC). Also, I don't know why this is on the table in the first place. The VAR has removed many of the blatant errors of the past, so now we're down to millimeters - there's no way you can improve on that except by abolishing offside altogether (which I would favor but it changes the nature of the game). The big frustration today is the handsball rule, which HAS changed the nature of the game and we have to get back to penalizing only when a defender deliberately uses his hands to prevent a goal. That's subjective, but today's rule makes attackers aim for the defender's hands - and that can't be the objective of the game.

    KnotwilgKnotwilg11 dager siden
  • I’ve lays maintained it should be judged based on the foot furthest forward.

    QuazziQuazzi11 dager siden
  • Eh, let's get rid of the rule entirely.

    Jonah ThraneJonah Thrane11 dager siden
  • Scoring goals should always be prioritised, I say a player is only offside at 10cm.

    ArturArtur11 dager siden
  • why am i watching this, i care absolutely nothing about this

    Tom bTom b12 dager siden
  • Sooo... instead of measuring the millimetres in front of the defender, we now measure the millimetres behind the defender. Great.

    Jeff BrailsfordJeff Brailsford12 dager siden
  • I agree with Souness, it should be basically the complete opposite of how it is now. Certainly if a players feet are onside then the player should be onside...

    sabazios thornsabazios thorn12 dager siden
  • So it sounds like he’s suggesting a change similar to how ice hockey determines on or offside. The NHL this season switched to allowing a trailing skate to be in the air as long as it’s above or behind the line

    counterfit5counterfit512 dager siden
  • easier fix is if you have to draw lines to tell if it is offside, it is onside

    Darryl HinkoDarryl Hinko12 dager siden
  • Some of the offsides were really really stupid, and the problem mostly was refs and vars interpretation of the offside. Generally level is onside, but they look for any kind of mm, where the player can be offside, and they can literally take the offside reference point from what ever body part they want to on the players, at the time. Which often leads to offsides or onsides being inaccurate by mms, some are clearly not offside, where as some are, and are not given, because of refs choices but what Souness is suggesting is madness, you will never get another offside again if they play it like that. Maybe Wengers idea will improve it, who knows.

    September90September9012 dager siden
  • This sucks if you’re a defender or keeper.

    Wind StormWind Storm12 dager siden
  • They should change it so if the attacker's foot (instead of any part of the body) is not in front of the last defender, it is not offside. It is ridiculous a knee/hip/arm in the offside position means offside.

    selgeausselgeaus12 dager siden
  • It will not change a thing

    Stanley James AdieStanley James Adie12 dager siden
  • Meh

    David LopezDavid Lopez12 dager siden
  • get rid of offsides

    Artyum DragstovArtyum Dragstov13 dager siden
  • So basically back to the daylight rule.

    Stephen ButlerStephen Butler13 dager siden
  • I think, that "Off-side" should (surely) be: "Just like: the whole -ball: has to: Cross_ the line" = "The strikers: whole -body: would have to be OFF-side!!"?? That to me, is how it should (surely); be!!

    M.K. S.M.K. S.13 dager siden
    • No, as then nobody would ever be offside

      JJRCJJRC9 dager siden
  • Red cards for shwalbe

    Ruben HeymansRuben Heymans13 dager siden
  • Just make the reference point for measuring offside the players feet. It's as simple as that. Yes we will still have the millimetre situation but that would drastically reduce people being offside for their armpit being 1 mm offside etc.

    YewbzeeYewbzee13 dager siden
  • Offside: Just scrap it. The game will be easier to watch and the refs only need to watch for fouls.

    DaedelusDaedelus13 dager siden