Well now you mention that, the road ahead is also not ideal IMO. At the one hand we need to fire up some cylinders to close the gap. In this context I have mentioned this solution among others. On the other hand it is a thing that is forced upon us to a certain degree. If you gonne get into a situation where Spain and maybe soon other country's can out pass you generation after generation, despite whatever great individual class one might have, you need to answer. I also still feel from the WC final that football can become a sport of getting the other players off the field. I saw this weekend van Bommel trying it with van Ginkel and Immers is also a player that shows signs of this behavior. I don't like the situation where football becomes an "I got you" sport. So my resistance against it comes from the fear of creating more of a stop and go sport with a lot of whistling, yellow cards, red cards and playacting. What would take this fear away is video referee's and red cards for play acting. I would love to finally see a player send off for scr*wing an opponent. Great joy when I saw Torres in the Chelsea-United match send off. He also flopped at the cost of Anita, creating a penalty. Overall a system where referees are tight, will reward the more skillful players. I agree. ? I played many winters indoor football when the field was too bad to train on (now all clubs have artificial pitches) or when it was too cold. Then in the weekend we had a game outside. Not at E level, but at C and B level I remember playing there. Why would indoor football not be oke for lower age groups? And those arena's would be awesome for kids to practice. I know I would use it all the time if I had one back in the days. You can also set up a highest score system and kids from the neighborhood trying to beat the records. Would be a lot of fun.