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IFAB rules AGAINST introduction of a countdown clock that would maximise playing time in matches


IFAB rules AGAINST countdown clock that would maximise playing time in matches… but FIFA ‘will tell competitions to follow World Cup example of increasing added time’ to combat rise in time-wasting

The International Football Association Board (IFAB) have decided not to implement a trial for a countdown clock that would see time paused for stoppages during football matches. 

The idea of the countdown clock had been proposed  in 2017 but has been ruled against, while FIFA’s new guidelines will reportedly suggest competitions follow the approach to added time…



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