Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says managers want extra readability at the Premier League's handball rule following a sequence of arguable choices within the opening weeks of the season.
Tottenham Hotspur have been denied a victory on Sunday after Newcastle United have been awarded a penalty in stoppage time for handball by way of Eric Dier, who used to be going through in the other way to the ball when he jumped.
Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof used to be additionally at the receiving finish of a harsh penalty determination all over their 3-1 defeat by way of Crystal Palace of their season-opener.
"I believe soccer has modified," Solskjaer mentioned. "There are not any enthusiasts, it's a unique recreation. Pre-season we have been at other phases, the brand new handball rule… you by no means know what's going to occur.
"You’ll be able to speak about all of it day lengthy however we want some readability on what's a nasty and what's a penalty. Now it looks as if you’ll chip the ball into any individual's hand, like what took place to us towards Palace, and Victor were given a penalty towards him.
"Then the header towards Tottenham, he's were given no thought the ball hits him. You notice the objective scored towards West Brom on the finish by way of Chelsea, is that now not handball?
A lot of the talk makes a speciality of handballs by way of avid gamers the place the referee regulations their arm or hand is an "unnatural place" or making the frame larger. The former, established legislation trusted referees creating a judgment as as to if a handball used to be intentional or now not.
"We wish to get that readability. It's an entire spectrum of items that aren't commonplace. There were such a lot of adjustments and nuances to other regulations," Solskjaer added.
Any transfer from the Premier League to modify the handball legislation for subsequent season would wish to be submitted to world law-making frame IFAB subsequent month to be regarded as.