Nrl Conference News * NEW ZEALAND Warriors captain Steve Price put forward two rule changes: the first being to take restarts after penalty kicks from 20m in from the sideline rather than 10m and teams that miss a penalty shot do not regain possession with the defending team taking a 20m tap. * NRL coaches expressing their concern over the scheduling of the World Cup in the 2008 pre-season. These proposals will be considered before next season. "It's great to have players looking at improvements to the game which is what inviting them to events like this is all about," NRL chief executive David Gallop said. While all clubs were represented yesterday there were five first grade coaches missing. Brisbane's Wayne Bennett had already confirmed he needed to spend time with the Broncos at training after being away on the Kangaroo tour. St George Illawarra's Nathan Brown and Parramatta coach Brian Smith have both been ill this week, Manly's Des Hasler is away on family commitments and Storm coach Craig Bellamy is bringing his family down from Brisbane to Melbourne. When asked if all coaches should come to the event, Knights mentor Michael Hagan said: "Yes. I guess it's important for as many coaches as possible to be here." Tigers coach Tim Sheens added: "It depends on the reasons. If it's to do with apathy towards this event that would be disappointing, but if it's a genuine reason, fair enough."