Drinks breaks

Norman_Conquest

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#1
Do you think these are good for football and do you think they will remain?

Personally, I am against them and feel it is a matter of time before the TV men slot an advert in.

The USA wanted to split the game into quarters for the World Cup in 1994 and everyone was against them then, but now we have slipped them into the game without any real debate.
 

Erimus74

Well-known member
#6
Do you think these are good for football and do you think they will remain?

Personally, I am against them and feel it is a matter of time before the TV men slot an advert in.

The USA wanted to split the game into quarters for the World Cup in 1994 and everyone was against them then, but now we have slipped them into the game without any real debate.
A big no from me Norman
 
#18
I think the they are good. You're paying££ to watch top level athletes. Surely giving them the chance to rehydrate can only be beneficial?
 

BoroBen92

Well-known member
#19
I think the they are good. You're paying££ to watch top level athletes. Surely giving them the chance to rehydrate can only be beneficial?
They've always been able to rehydrate during the match.
During subs, when there's injuries and when the ball is out of play.

It's a needless addition with British weather.
It makes sense for traditionally hot countries, it's needless here.
 
#20
They've always been able to rehydrate during the match.
During subs, when there's injuries and when the ball is out of play.

It's a needless addition with British weather.
It makes sense for traditionally hot countries, it's needless here.
More formal now, so long at the time is regulated , why not?
Things need to evolve.
Look at rugby, they need a massive re-think (bigger pitches/fewer players?) - football can do the same
 
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