Posted on June 9, 2016 by Adam Ellis in Featured in the Football League Newspaper
You may not have heard about them, nor of the governing body who has introduced them, but the International Football Association Board (IFAB) have made 95 alterations to the 17 laws that govern football that will be in effect for the 2016/17 season.Present in the England national team’s recent friendlies against Turkey, Australia and Portugal the new laws came into effect on the 1 June and will apply to all 72 Football League clubs.
In a swift move to avoid the kind of controversy that shrouded Leeds United’s Championship clash against Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday in January, the IFAB have stipulated that a goal can stand if the referee has RESTARTED the match and an extra player is on the pitch.
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