After the yellow and red cards, it is clear that the color book has not been exhausted yet. This summer there will be blue card trials. A revolution coming in football? It may just be possible.
No, we haven't even gotten to April 1 yet, and there's no new episode of In de Gloria either. In England, they think they know that trials with the Blue Card will soon follow. which has Telegraph Announce.
The International Football Association Board (IFAB), which sets football's regulations, usually presents the plan on Friday. The blue card – unlike the yellow card – will be used as a warning if cynical fouls are made or when a player misbehaves.
Yellow card and blue card = red card
The player will then have to leave for ten minutes. It is somewhat similar to the card system in handball or hockey and can be compared to the time penalties sometimes imposed in ice hockey or water polo.
Anyone who receives a second blue card will be immediately disqualified for the rest of the match. A yellow and a blue card also means a red card and therefore disqualification. This system has been used in youth football in England since 2017.
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