Green light on five changes and 15 replacements in world football

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How did Mundo Deportivo develop, the Assembly of the International Board (IFAB) gave the go-ahead this Monday until its final implementation: the number of substitutes will increase from 12 to 15, which will take effect on July 1 and will be at the Qatar 2022 World Cup. IFAB) approved the option to make five changes permanently from the upcoming 2022-2023 season to top-level competitions and discussed possible offside alternatives and the use of the latest technological advances to support referees. .

At the 136th Annual General Meeting (AGM), held in Doha, Qatar, the IFAB ratified the changes and clarifications to the Rules of the Game 2022/23 that will take effect on July 1, 2022.

The Assembly headed by FIFA president, Gianni Infantino, and was attended by representatives from FIFA, the English Football Association (FA), the Irish FA, the Scottish FA, the Welsh FA and the IFAB administration, also discussed the ongoing trials of concussion substitutes, possible offside alternatives and the latest technological development to support referees.

Lack of respect for referees and their safety identified as global problems. Members agreed to establish initiatives to address these issues, including potential body camera testing used by adult football referees.

IFAB welcomes the recommendations of ABM, the Football and Technical Advisory Panels (FAP-TAP), and the strong support of the entire football community that the option is the teams that made the five changes were introduced permanently. The current restriction of three substitution changes and half an hour has been confirmed.

The number of successors increased from 12 to 15

In addition, members decided to increase the maximum number of named replacements listed on the team sheet from 12 to 15, at the discretion of the competition organizer.

Members received an update on the first results of the global trial with additional permanent alternatives for concussions.

Although more than 140 competitions were involved in the trials, the Assembly supports ABM’s decision to extend the test until August 2023 to collect sufficient data to make a valid scientific decision.

Temporary concussion substitutes were reconsidered, but members agreed that the trial should continue to focus on his removal permanently to the contrary. any player with an actual or possible concussion and make sure you don’t continue to participate in the fight in question. It was agreed that further education was needed to ensure that testing protocols were applied correctly.

FIFA updated at the IFAB meeting the innovations that could be allowed more competition uses Video Assistant Referee (VAR Light) technology., which has been proven in over 100 matches, and in successful trials with systems to help video match officials identify offside situations faster and more accurately (called “semi-automated offside technology”). A video support solution is also being considered for possible testing.

Other tests were also discussed, such as explaining certain decisions to the referee during a match, a potentially fairer calculation of playing time and throw-ins. The Assembly clarified that they and other tests require the approval and supervision of IFAB and FIFA.

Source: La Verdad

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