Lets hear them. My idea is to play "elemination golden goal" after the first two golden goal periods. Every 5 minutes, each team has to take one player off the pitch for up to a 25 minute period (5 players, duh). The more players leave, the more the game opens up and more chances will be had. The order of players to leave the field is pre-determined by the manager before the elemination periods start, much the way a manager hands in a lineup for penalties. It would require a massive amount of strategy, i.e. taking off an attacking player vs a defender, and would also make the punishment that much more severe for a team that gave a red card during the match (as it is now, a team can loose any number of players and be saved by the shootout). If, after the sides are 6 v 6 (or less, depending on cards, see above) and STILL even after an extra 10 minutes (bringing it to a 35 minute period), THEN go to the shoot out with those players. Sure, it would be totally punishing, but it's meant to award the better fit players, the fresher players (i.e. subs) and make the manager really plan a strategy for extra time, as well as punish teams for having lost a player. The deeper it gets without goals, the more the breakaway chances as well as being less likely to see players giving fouls. Anyway, this is my idea, just curious if anyone else has a solution to the worst part of the game.