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Football Stoppage Time: Footballing World set to witness drastic changes come 2024, FIFA President Gianni Infantino likely to introduce stop clock rule to avoid time wasting, Check Details

Football Stoppage Time: Footballing World set to witness drastic changes come 2024, FIFA President Gianni Infantino likely to introduce stop clock rule to avoid time wasting, Check Details

Football Stoppage Time: Footballing World set to witness drastic changes come 2024, FIFA President Gianni Infantino likely to introduce stop clock rule to avoid time wasting, Check Details
Football Stoppage Time: We might get to see some significant changes in football. Measures are being taken to reduce time wasting by stopping the clock during a match. FIFA is considering the move and it will be debated at the upcoming IFAB meeting in London. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has proposed the idea with concerns […]

Football Stoppage Time: We might get to see some significant changes in football. Measures are being taken to reduce time wasting by stopping the clock during a match. FIFA is considering the move and it will be debated at the upcoming IFAB meeting in London. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has proposed the idea with concerns over the wastage of time in modern football. Follow Football News LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN.

While these won’t be implemented immediately, it’s not surprising that discussions are underway to modify football rules. By 2024, matches will no longer be restricted to 90 minutes, and offside rules may also be altered.

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Football Stoppage Time: Footballing World set to witness drastic changes come 2024, FIFA President Gianni Infantino likely to introduce stop clock rule to avoid time wasting, Check Details

Football Stoppage Time Rule: FIFA set to introduce STOP CLOCK Rules to curtail stoppage time, IFAB Meeting, Gianni Infantino, FIFA Stop Clock

 

Other change that will be put into effect starting June 30th includes goal celebrations in added time. In other words, players won’t be allowed to celebrate on the pitch for more than a minute or a minute and a half. FIFA hopes to reduce the number of time-outs in football.

The offside issue, which could potentially benefit strikers, has also been discussed at previous IFAB meetings. Arsene Wenger, FIFA’s director of football development, supports the change that would enable the striker to be in front of the defender but with part of his body in line. This proposal is currently under review.

What rules will be changed in the upcoming season?

  • New rules for the 2023-24 season have been introduced.
  • The changes include goals scored when substitutes enter the pitch.
  • If the substitutes don’t interfere with the goal, the goal will not be disallowed.
  • But a caution may be given to the players who were on the pitch at the time.
  • Teams will be required to have a captain wearing a distinctive armband on the field at all times.
  • The fourth official will also have the authority to assist the referee, just like the other match officials.
  • Starting in July, goal celebrations will be included in added time, rather than being disregarded.
  • Referees must now identify who has been cautioned on the bench.
  • Coaches will not be cautioned for technical area incidents unless they have been identified.

The “anti-Emi Martinez” rule has also been implemented, preventing goalkeepers from distracting the penalty taker by delaying the penalty or touching the goalposts, crossbar, or net.

Football Stoppage Time Rule: FIFA set to introduce STOP CLOCK Rules to curtail stoppage time, IFAB Meeting, Gianni Infantino, FIFA Stop Clock

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Football Stoppage Time: Footballing World is set to witness drastic changes come 2024, FIFA President Gianni Infantino is likely to introduce stop clock rule to avoid time wasting, Check Details
Changes in the offside rule:
When a player receives the ball from an opponent who intentionally played it, they are not deemed offside. This applies when the player has control of the ball and has the option to pass it to a teammate, gain possession, or clear it. The following factors can be used as indicators that a player had control of the ball and intentionally played it:
  • The player had a clear view of the ball, which came from a distance.
  • The ball was not moving quickly.
  • The ball’s direction was not unexpected.
  • The player had time to coordinate their body movement rather than instinctively stretching or jumping to make limited contact or control.
  • It is easier to play a ball that is moving on the ground than one in the air.

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