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More substitutes, option to stop VAR when football season resumes

first_imgTeams will be allowed to use five substitutes when the season resumes after a Fifa proposal to help with fixture congestion was approved.The change applies to competitions due to be completed within this calendar year, and the decision on whether to implement the changes is for each relevant competition organiser.There is also an option to stop using the video assistant referee system.Most leagues around the world have been halted by the coronavirus pandemic.Germany’s Bundesliga is due to resume next week, while the Premier League’s Project Restart has a prospective resumption next month.The International Football Association Board (IFAB), football’s rule-making body, has agreed to a temporary change to the laws of the game in order to protect player welfare.“The temporary amendment comes into force with immediate effect, and has been made as matches may be played in a condensed period in different weather conditions, both of which could have impacts on player welfare,” IFAB said in a statement.Ifab and Fifa will decide at a later stage whether to extend the ruling to the 2020-21 season.How it will workEach team will be allowed to use a maximum of five substitutes.To reduce disruption to the match, each team will have a maximum of three opportunities to make substitutions during the game; substitutions may also be made at half-time.If both teams make a substitution at the same time, this will count as one of the three opportunities for each team.Unused substitutions and opportunities are carried forward into extra time.Where competition rules allow an additional substitution in extra time, teams will each have one additional substitution opportunity; substitutions may also be made before the start of extra time and at half-time in extra time. Source: BBClast_img read more

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Cape Verde join Bafana in last-8

first_imgCape Verde joined hosts South Africa in the quarterfinals of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations after a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Angola at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday evening.A first half own-goal from Cape Verde captain Nando had put the Sable Antelopes in charge, but late strikes from Fernando Varela and Heldon saw the Blue Sharks to their first victory in the Afcon and secured a place in the next round, as Bafana Bafana drew 2-2 with Morocco in a concurrent game in Durban.Angola were the first to threaten a goal, as captain and star striker Manucho headed just wide of the far post from a 12th minute free kick. The Sable Antelopes dominated the opening 20 minutes, but it was soon the turn of the Islanders to begin to find a foothold in the game and pose some tough questions for their opponent’s defence.On 33 minutes Angola finally scored their first goal of the tournament and took the lead. Gilberto whipped in a low cross from the left flank that was sliced into his own net by Cape Verde defender Nando.The Blue Sharks almost came up with an immediate reply, as Babanco’s free kick was flicked just wide of the target by Julio Tavares in the 36th minute. A short while later Angola goalkeeper Lama had to palm away a well-hit drive from Platini.Cape Verde introduced both Heldon and Djaniny at the start of the second half and nearly forced an equaliser soon after the restart, with Julio Tavares seeing a goal-bound header cleared off the line by Manucho Dinis. On 66 minutes Heldon almost forced a goal for the Blue Sharks with a well-struck free kick, but Lama pushed the ball away to keep his side in the ascendancy.Finally, with just under 10 minutes to play, Fernando Varela was able to force home a header from a rebound at a corner kick, making it 1-1 and giving Cape Verde genuine hope that they could progress.In the final minute of regulation time the Islanders’ dream came true when Heldon latched onto a rebound off goalkeeper Lama and fired home a left-footed shot to make it 2-1 and secure a famous victory.South Africa finished top of Group A with five points. Cape Verde had the same tally, but were ranked second due to an inferior goal difference (the teams played to a 0-0 draw in their head-to-head match).Cape Verde (0) 2 (Fernando Varela 81’, Heldon 90’) Angola (1) 1 (Nando og 33’)Cape Verde: Vozinha, Carlitos, Gege, Nando, Fernando Varela, Marco Soares, Babanco, Toni Varela (Djaniny 46’), Ryan Mendes, Platini (Heldon 46’), Julio TavaresAngola: Lama, Marco Airosa, Dani Massunguna, Amaro, Bastos, Manucho Dinis, Zuela (Yano 85’), Gilberto (Geraldo 80’), Mateus (Dede 64’), Djalma, Manucholast_img read more

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