What would happen if you got rid of offsides?

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  1. JayfromNB1219

    JayfromNB1219 Registered User

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    He's got a cannon from outside the box though...so I think he'd get more run up time...guys like Vardy find ways to score
     
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    the scoring would increase big time if you made offsides similar to a blue line in hockey
     
  3. bluesfan94

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    Different sized fields. It’s a lot easier to have time to find a shorter pass than an accurate long ball. I think it would actually lead to more pressing to take away the time to hit a long ball. But it’s not like most strikers really drop in.
     

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