The football Association of England (FA) has introduced temporary removal of some leagues from the season 2019/20. This was reported on the website of the organization.
The innovation will be used in the Championships below the level of the fifth English League, and also the lower third of the women’s League. For disputes with the referee the player will be shown a yellow card, after which the judge will indicate to the player the need to go to the penalty box. Two temporary removal of the player will lead to a red card.
The New York Times notes that last season the rule was put in test mode and reduced disputes with the judges at 38 percent.
In March 2019, the international football Association Board (IFAB) has developed changes to the rules of the game. Changes have affected the execution of penalty kicks, penalty shootouts, substitute players and the regulation of behavior coaches.