Sometimes you have to wonder where FIFA and UEFA are coming from with their ideas to enhance the beautiful game.
From the creation of the Nations League to the expansion of the Club World Cup, not to mention the implementation of VAR and all which that has entailed, it appears that there’s always something else that the powers that be want to bring in.
During an interview on Friday morning, the Chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee even suggested that, in one-sided matches, there should be the option of scrapping injury-time.
?? “Maybe in the future we may consider to say in the laws of the game that additional time is not to be given.”
FIFA’s Chief Referee Pierluigi Collina has suggested that one sided matches could scrap added time in the game such as the Liverpool 7-0 win over Manchester United. pic.twitter.com/fRbTjzooCA
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 10, 2023
Pictures courtesy of Sky Sports News
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