Arsene Wenger accepted FIFA’s offer more than two months after it was first reported, and one week after talks with Bayern Munich about the German champion’s vacant head coach job
Football lawmakers urge Premier League and other competitions to follow standard VAR rules, not make own interpretations
Football’s lawmaking body has urged the Premier League and other competitions to all follow the same rules on the involvement of video review (VAR) technology.
International Football Association Board to consider giving goalkeepers increased freedom of movement during penalties
In other proposals, IFAB wants to cut timewasting by forcing substituted players to leave the field at the nearest touchline and make team officials in the dugouts eligible to receive cards.
FIFA World Cup 2018: VAR set to get football law-making body IFAB's approval for mega-event in Russia
The IFAB meeting in Zurich is widely expected to rubber-stamp the move to give VAR the go-ahead, which is already backed by FIFA's top brass
Penalty goals for handling the ball on the line could be a thing of the future if proposals compiled by the International Football Association Board's (IFAB) technical director are accepted.
IFAB will also review an amendment to allow greater flexibility in the use of substitutions in amateur and recreational football.