In March, football lawmakers will decide whether to make the option of five agents permanent per match.
Dispensing to increase the number of subscribers from the usual three was first applied by the International Football Association Board (IFAB) in May 2020. FIFA It is designed to protect the welfare of players in a condensed schedule created by the coronavirus pandemic.
The dispensing period has been extended multiple times and is already in place until the end of next year, but at the annual meeting in March IFAB will decide whether to give the convention the option of five agents permanently.
The IFAB Annual Business Conference (ABM) on Thursday also extended the trial of additional permanent concussion substitutes by one year until August 2023.
The IFAB said that despite having participated in more than 100 conventions, few concussion cases have been reported since the trial began in January this year.
Proposal from the South American Football Federation to extend half-time breaks from 15 minutes to 25 minutes CONMEBOL It will be rejected and will not proceed with full approval at AGM.
“Some members shared concerns about the potential negative impacts on the welfare and safety of players, especially from long-term inactivity,” the IFAB statement said.
IFAB decides on the future of five alternative options in March
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