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Due to the larger loads due to the Corona pandemic, the Rule Houses of the International Football Association Board (IFAB) had enabled five and allowed three changes to date. The new rule should expire 2022 - but a rethink has taken place.
organizers have recommended decision-making
as the technical committee of the IFAB on Wednesday, the organizers of various competitions are intended to decide in the future whether they allow up to five issues. The new regulation should apply without time limit.
In order for the play flow due to numerous changes is not too disturbed too much, the current format with three possible change-time points - plus the half-time break remains.
Originally, the control changes introduced in May 2020 should end in Qatar after the World Cup 2022. However, the opportunity to switch more often, greeted by players and coaches almost without exception. The calls after a permanent rule, after which can be changed five times, were louder - and ultimately obviously.
only a few leagues like the English Premier League kept on the old rule with three switches also festive in the Corona Pandemic.
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