Arsene Wenger has taken on the role with Fifa as the Chief Head of Global Football Development and the former Arsenal boss has some big changes in mind for football
Arsene Wenger wants to swap throw-ins for kick-ins as he plans radical changes to the rulebook.
It is just one of four rules he wants to see overhauled with offsides and corners also set to be shook up.
The legendary Frenchman left his role as Arsenal manager in 2018 after 22 years in the job.
Last year, he took on the role as Chief Head of Global Football Development with FIFA.
Part of the job description includes helping along the process of rule and law changes in the game of football.
With many years of experience at the age of 70, Wenger has seen nearly everything that could happen on a pitch.
Wenger left Arsenal in 2018 after 22 years there
And, now in a position of power, the former tactician has some radical changes in mind, starting with the offside rule. Continue reading