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  1. Pretty sure the OP actually means a desktop wallpaper...
  2. Have used this one in the past:
  3. That's a cautionable offence, I'm afraid.
  4. Previously, if the ball was touched before it left the penalty area, then the goal-kick had to be retaken. Under the new rule, a defender can recieve the ball within the area, and the attacker has to remain outside until the kick is taken. So basically a defender can recieve the ball initially unchallenged.
  5. I don't think it made much difference in the Women's World Cup or the Copa America, from what I saw. But obviously, I'me sure that once the season gets going I'm sure teams will find various ways to gain a tactical advantage from the change.
  6. Tickets are on sale in the home end , so doesn't really make sense that we've heard nothing yet
  7. Shameful treatment by Madrid, and Zidane in particular. The problem is that no other club in Europe is going to be willing (or able) to pay the wages that he is currently on.
  8. It's this guy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Taylor_(footballer,_born_1985) Rob Taylor Personal information Full name Robert James Taylor[1] Date of birth 16 January 1985 (age 34)[2] Place of birth Shrewsbury, England[3] Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)[2] Playing position Wing-back / Midfielder / Forward Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) 2004 Redditch United 2004–2005 Solihull Borough 2005–2006 Evesham United 2006–2007 Redditch United 2007–2008 Nuneaton Borough 2008–2014 Port Vale 159 (15) 2014–2015 Mansfield Town 16 (0) 2015 Tranmere Rovers 15 (0) 2015 Kidderminster Harriers 0 (0) Total 190 (15) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
  9. Yes, because what we all want is a really shallow stand with a big fat pillar directly in front of the goal
  10. You misunderstand. This thread is for stupid ideas. Not incredibly logical ones.
  11. Just watched the highlights. Wow, what a time trial for Alaphilippe
  12. No, you're wrong, it is a stupid idea. That would just lead to defenders taking out a player every time they go to shoot, knowing full well they'll be able to regroup for the free kick.
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