The Premier League's statutes are overseen by the International Football Association Board (IFAB), which frequently makes modifications at the start of each season. These adjustments can have a big impact in a game when small margins can be the difference between a goal, an offside, a penalty, and, more often than not, a win or a loss.
Premier League has issued a statement effecting some changes to next season which starts in few weeks time. At the Premier League's Annual General Meeting held today Thursday 9th August 2020, shareholders agreement concerning VAR and substitute players for the 2020/2021 season, They agreed to continue the use of Video Assistant Referee (VAR) but not to continue With five substitutions. This means that top-flight teams are going be be permitted only three substitutes each per game which was the usual thing before
Which Club Benefits Most From VAR? See People's Reactions (Photos) Good afternoon football lovers, hope you guys are doing great. This Sunday I will like us to have a look at the club that has benefitted most from VAR. Before I continue, I will like to explain a little bit about what VAR is in case this is your first time to read about it in the internet. VAR is an acronym for Video Assistant Referee which was written into the laws of the football by the International Football Association Board(IFAB) in 2018.
Many fans have criticised the VAR since it was introduced in the FIFA world cup in 2018. The VAR which stands for 'Video Assistant Referee' was introduced in 2018 by the IFAB (International Football Association Board) and was added into the LAWS OF THE GAME. The VAR was created to assist the head referee in a match most especially in making critical decisions that may arise in the match. Below are some incidents where the VAR is conducted; PENALTY INCIDENTS:The VAR reviews the offence that might have led to
Hi guys, I'll be telling you about the new rules that was added to the football game and the changes made to the existing ones. So grab a coffee and a bag of chips and let's move. So, the body responsible for the amendment and creation of new rules in the football game is the IFAB(International Football Association Board). These rules came into place on June 1, 2019 but we might not have seen some because they were allowed to start the changes this season for the competitions that had already started. This
The English Premier League may be asked to adopt the VAR protocols of the International Football Association (IFAB) or they risk their license be revoked. The use of the new technology has continued to cause controversy in the Premier League on New Year's Day, Aston Villa had their goal ruled out for offside when Wesley's heel was said to be in an offside position. The VAR decision is another in the series of incidents from last year December, which has been a thing of anger to several Premier League fans a
FIFA president, Gianni Infantino, has lent his support to introducing the ‘daylight’ principle to the offside law. Video Assistant Referees (VAR) decisions have caused a lot of controversy in the Premier League, with a few goals chalked off because of very fine offside margins. FIFA’s chief of global football development, Arsene Wenger, last week that the law should be changed so that a player is onside if any part of their body that can score a goal is behind or level with the relevant defender. Infa
Premier League team have been given the gi ahead light to use five substitutes for next season League. Premier League lawmakers and International Football Association Board, have ruled the condensed 2020/2021 season may leave many leagues facing another serious fixture and have extended five substitutions until next year July. Five substitutions will also be allow for international tournaments scheduled in July and August next year. This means the five substitutions could also be used in the European competitions,
In an exclusive interview with 'Daily Mirror', UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin was highly critical of VAR and called for the offside rule to be altered to prevent very tight calls being overturned. UEFA will ask football's lawmakers to introduce a margin error for offside calls in a bid to clean up the VAR "mess", Aleksander Ceferin has confirmed. The Slovenian confirmed that he is very against VAR, but that UEFA use it to prevent complaints from angry clubs. Players, coaches and supporters have criti
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, there were a number of changes to the rules of football across various leagues. One of the changes made was the number of substitutes used allowed in a game. Teams were now allowed to make use of five substitutes per game, to allow them cope with the grueling schedule of matches. The International Football association Board, IFAB, recently announced that leagues would be allowed to carry on the new rule over to the next season. However, it seems the Premier League has
In a statement released by the International Football Association Board, IFAB, the body acknowledged the fact that there was "a growing demand for more immediate information about the referee's final decision" after VAR reviews and confirmed that ways of communicating more effectively with broadcasters and supporters will be discussed at the IFAB's annual general meeting in Belfast on 29 February, 2020 The English Premier League, EPL , adopted the Video Assistance Referee VAR, at the beginning of the 2019
It's now another time for Nigeria to shine beyond Africa.On the 12th of March 2021, International Football Association (FIFA) council, made Pinnick the third Nigerian to be elected into the FIFA council after Orok Oyo and Amos Adamu.
A working group set up by the International Football Association (FIFA), to analyze the consequences of the Coruna epidemic for the game, has begun studying recommendations to give more flexibility to transfer regulations, player contracts and the possibility of reducing their salaries. Representatives of FIFA, regional and national federations, clubs, championships and players participated in the first meeting of this committee, today, Thursday, to discuss measures in the face of the current situation, e
The world football governing body, FIFA has proposed new rules in the beloved game, after a long absence by players. FIFA has suggested allowing teams to make up to five substitutions in a game, to help players cope with the return to action after COVID 19, SkySports reports. Teams will be given only three slots during the match to make their changes, in a bid to avoid unnecessary stoppages. The proposal also acknowledges that there will be increased demands on players when football returns. Matches are lik
Football administrators IFAB in vital changes to handball law the International Football Association Board IFAB) has declared key explanations to the handball law, which will come into power from July 1 Players will at this point don't be punished if an incidental handball prompts a colleague scoring an objective or having an objective