Propuesta de FIFA para proteger a los jugadores de calendarios apretados de partidos
April 28, 2020 - La FIFA, órgano rector del soccer mundial, está proponiendo permitir a los equipos que realicen hasta cinco sustituciones por partido cuando el juego finalmente se reanude. El plan busca proteger a los jugadores de lesiones y fatiga por calendarios apretados de partidos debido a la pandemia de coronavirus.
FIFA has suggested that up to five substitutes could be used during a match, taking place within a maximum of three slots, as well as at half-time. A further sixth change would be permitted in instances of extra-time.
The new rules are subject to approval by the International Football Association Board, and include matches up to the end of December 2021.
The proposal comes as European leagues attempt to kick-start their prospective seasons. France’s Ligue 1 and the Netherlands’ Eredivisie have been cancelled, and other leagues are weighing up options as to how to complete their seasons, including playing matches at neutral venues, or behind closed doors.
UEFA is still aiming to host the Champions League final on August 29.
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