When watching a football match, the penalty is always thrilling, so why is there a rule of penalty in the football game?
In fact, the football game did not penalize the “penalty” rule at first. During the game, the defenders often use bad means such as deaf, pulling, pushing or even kicking in the penalty area to avoid being attacked by the offensive players. These methods have affected the offensive players to play the shooting technique, interfere with the normal progress of the game, and also easily hurt the offensive players.
At that time, a football expert named John Macpenati in Ireland and a businessman named John McArieri believed that it was unethical for defenders to use bad means to destroy each other’s offense in the penalty area. There must be a severe punishment that constrains the behavior of the defending team members. As a result, they submitted a proposal to the Irish Football Association entitled “Additional Provisions on Football Rules”, proposing a penalty “penalty”.
After repeated discussions, the Irish Football Association adopted their recommendations and clearly stated this rule. After the new rules appeared, they were quickly accepted by football associations in other countries. Since then, the penalty “penalty” rule in football matches has been in use ever since.