How would you improve the 2022 tournament? Here's some ideas for rules changes designed to combat some of the issues of the game. 1) Handballs happen. Even in the penalty area. But not all deserve a PK. Maybe FIFA could consider revisiting the Indirect Free Kick instead of a penalty kick. Those that are deliberate are a red-card offense with a PK (as the current rules). Incidental Handballs are an Indirect Free Kick, anywhere. The PK are not needed everytime a ball hits a hand. 2) Diving is currently unchecked in the game. Give a player 15 seconds to get back to their feet, or stop the game immediately for the trainers. Pull the player to the sideline and do not allow them back to the field for 2 minutes. Essentially diving without an injury gets the player's side down a man for at least 2 minutes. 3) Diving (harsher alternative option). Issue straight Red cards for diving. Play a few qualifying round matches with 9 playing 8 and the diving will stop. Players aren't afraid of the Yellow Card penalty, especially when the card stays in the pocket. The refs need to enforce this harshly. 4) Drop advancement by Fair Play. While good in intent, the Fair Play counts are totally negative statistics. The fouls and cards are subjective, a determinate of the refs opinions. There's got to be something more positive to judge a team by -- corner kicks, times fouled. 5) Shepherding the ball. Letting the ball run out of bounds is one thing. Physically blocking a player from playing a ball running out of bounds is rather boring. In the spirit of increasing the action and showing the individual's skills, call obstruction. If a player prevents an opponent from making a play on the ball and both are within playable distance of the ball, judge that the player shielding the other is actually playing the ball and give the throw or appropriate kick (corner or goal) to the player blocked from playing the ball. Either play the ball or let the opponent try to play the ball. Basically, if you shield the player from the ball, it is the same as if you touched the ball. Some controversial stuff, I'm sure. There are just some tactics and rules (and rules enforcement) that simply aren't conducive to entertaining football. Feel free to add your own ideas of how to improve the game.