‘Arsenal players don’t want to do it’ – Kevin de Bruyne points to the problem about the new FIFA rule after Man City defeat

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne thinks football’s new injury time rule could ‘destroy’ the physical strength of players.

Recently, Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne has publicly criticized the new injury time rule, saying that it is illogical and affects the course of the match.

The Belgian midfielder also emphasized that the new injury time rule is not the main reason why the green half of Man dropped the Community Shield into the hands of Arsenal, but instead of solving it, Man City’s star midfielder created many problems. than.

The new injury time rule has been applied by FIFA to ensure fairness as well as prolong the duration of matches in the context that many players tend to “deliberately” prolong the time to celebrate or eat. to gain advantage.

In the last FA Community Shield final, Arsenal found an equalizer in the 11th minute of 13 minutes of injury time against Manchester City before winning the title on penalties. De Bruyne thinks this change could make matches last up to 25 minutes longer than usual.

“We spoke to the Arsenal players and even the referees. They all don’t want to do it, but it’s the new rule and they have to do it right.” The Manchester City midfielder spoke after the loss at Wembley.

“Today we had to play another 12-13 minutes, you can totally guess what would happen if we played a weaker team as they were always trying to buy time. I can imagine the game will have 20-25 minutes. I think this will change in a month or two, but this is the first game.”

“I think if we play Sevilla in Olympiakos (European Super Cup) on Wednesday with 15-20 minutes of extra time and then play on Saturday (against Newcastle) with the same amount of time, it’s like we’ve played two more. overtime. Let’s wait and see how things play out, but it’s really not reasonable.”

Players from both Manchester clubs have met the executive director of the Professional Footballers’ Association, Maheta Molango, and expressed their displeasure over the new injury time rule. Manchester United’s Raphael Varane has publicly criticized the FA and released a tweet expressing his concern for the physical and mental health of the players.

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