AC Milan won Ronaldinho’s signature this last week, agreeing to a three-year contract with the Brazilian superstar.

Financial terms of the deal were not revealed, as AC Milan has not officially revealed its transfer fee to Ronaldinho’s former club, FC Barcelona.  But Italians newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport reported that Milan paid a transfer fee of approximately $30 million and will pay Ronaldinho $10.4 million per season.

AC Milan made the announcement on its official website following a day of talks between Barcelona president Joan Laporta and Milan vice president Adriano Galliani in the Catalan capital.  Ronaldinho reportedly travelled to Milan on Tuesday evening, and the Italian club confirmed the the deal now hinged only on the midfielder successfully completing a physical.

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0 thoughts on “Ten rule changes to improve football. Discuss”

  1. How about :-

    1) Introduce sin bins and only have red cards for the most serious offences. Red cards ruin games and sin bins would help to reduce the number of reds. I suggest 5 mins of ball in play time. (ball in play time would be needed to stop time wasting by the team down to ten men.)

    2) Have a panel that studies major games to look for cheats. Any players found to be cheating (eg diving, pretending to be inhured) should be banned for a number of games. This would quickly stop the cheats that spoil major matches.

    3) After extra time, take the keepers off and play next goal winner. No more penalties.

  2. I like the ideas.

    Number one sounds a good idea – could we do that for two yellows – just for say 30 minutes and then they get to come back on.

    This is your best idea and i would love to see it implemented somehow – the difference it could make would be massive.

    This would be hilarious – Beckham etc. would be the specialist to come on instead of a penalty taker!

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