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MetiNews.Com - Exclusive: Liverpool throw-in coach Thomas Gronnemark has criticised proposals from FIFA to change some of football's laws, which he says would be bad for both the Reds and the game

Liverpool news Gronnemark says 'boring' Arsene Wenger idea would be bad for Liverpool MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Exclusive: Liverpool throw-in coach Thomas Gronnemark has criticised proposals from FIFA to change some of football's laws, which he says would be bad for both the Reds and the game

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18 October 2020 - 05:15

Breaking News ! Arsene Wenger's plans for rule changes across football have been branded 'boring' and bad for Liverpool by Thomas Gronnemark. Just over a week ago, FIFA's lawmaker Wenger - the former Arsenal manager, announced he wanted to reform some of football's laws. The changes included making the offside rule different and allowing out-swinging corners to exit the field of play as the ball is crossed into the penalty area, offering new ways to score goals. But it is when it comes to details outlined about throw-ins that Gronnemark - Liverpool's throw-in coach - was particularly unhappy with. Wenger's idea is to allow throw-is to be taken using the feet, with the ball on the ground, as long as the ball went out of play inside the player's own half. Listen to the full Thomas Gronnemark podcast by clicking HERE The logic behind the change is an attempt to balance out the fact that when a team has a throw-in, they are essentially a player down on the field because someone has to leave the pitch to take it, but Gronnemark says that is what creates excitement in football. Speaking on a special Blood Red podcast, he said: "I heard that Arsene wants to have kick-ins instead of throw-ins and that is a really, really big mistake. "Some people might think I say it because if there are no throw-ins, I have no job, but that is not the case. Time has shown that I have been having many different job and finding a way to make innovation. Sign up to our free LFC newsletter for all the latest transfer news   Why should I sign up? Premier League champions Liverpool are looking to dominate again this eason and we'll have all the latest news on any moves they make in the transfer market. The main window is closed, but deals with EFL clubs can still be done until October 16. You'll get breaking transfer news, analysis, rumours, live coverage and much more. Liverpool correspondent Paul Gorst will also be sending an extra weekly newsletter with all the latest from behind-the-scenes at Melwood. How do I sign up? It's free, easy and takes no time at all. First just click on this link to our newsletter sign-up centre.

. There are other ones too if you want them as well. When you've made your choice, press the Update Preference button at the bottom. That's it! Your emails will come through to your inbox from that moment on. It's that simple. "The challenge is that if we are having kick-ins, we are losing a lot of pressure situations on the throw-ins. And the second thing is that if you don’t have pressure, you don’t have any innovative space creation. "So I am having a lot of inspiration from basketball. Imagine if there was no pressure there - it would just be boring. If you are having a kick-in, there have been some trials early on and the ball goes in a lot of long kicks. "But also, you have less pressure because then you have the nine-metre rule and the kick-ins become like futsal - totally boring! Read More Related Articles Liverpool analysis - Klopp handed Van Dijk hope as Thiago presents problem Read More Related Articles Jurgen Klopp explains why he ‘isn’t surprised’ after Liverpool’s draw with Everton "Perhaps you don’t lose the ball but it would take a lot of situations away from football where you can have excitement, space creation and duels. "The challenge now is coaches don’t have enough knowledge around how to create space and that is what I want to change in the football world." Liverpool netted 14 times from throw-ins last season and have one of the highest rates of ball retention from the set-piece across Europe because of Gronnemark's work. Must-read Liverpool FC news Thiago injury blow revealed by Klopp Verdict: VAR costs more than local pride Henderson reveals Pickford VVD message Ratings as Thiago & Henderson shine Should the laws be amended, not only would the game be changed significantly, but Liverpool would lose that specific advantage they have worked so hard to generate.

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