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Wenger not in support of proposal to scrap offside rule.

Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger, has scrutinized the proposition for a few guidelines in the game to be canceled, as recommended by FIFA specialized executive, Marco van Basten.

The former Holland striker, additionally recommended that penalty shoot-outs ought to be replaced with eight-second run-ups and upheld for the introduction of sin-bins in football.

However, Wenger said "change for change's sake" ought not be the objective.

"Changing in itself is not a decent quality, improving is the genuine target," Wenger said at his Thursday's press conference.

"A portion of the recommendations merit talking about, some I don't perceive any enormous intrigue.

"The one I don't find fascinating is to stifle offside. Offside is what makes the team great together. It is an intelligent rule also, it is important to keep that in the game.

"General football improves, individuals say it is too tight and minimal however football has always been that way, defense makes an issue for the attack and the attack finds a solution."

The Gunners boss, nonetheless, concurred with the idea that captains ought to be the main players to talk with referees.

He included: "It is a decent proposition, we all long for that, yet it never occurs in our game.

"It's the most exceedingly terrible piece of ineptitude I've perused for quite a while, and I read a ton. It's an immeasurable demonstration of idiocy!" Gourcuff told media at his club's training on Thursday.
“We’re back to the times of the soul, village against village and at the time, it ended in deaths.”

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