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The ultimate guide to VAR in the Premier League - all your questions answered

Like it or not, Video Assistant Referees are here to stay. The International Football Association Board, football's lawmaker, has set out the protocol and this is how it will be applied in the Premier League.

JUMP TO: Handball | Offside | Check and review protocol | Red and yellow cards | Penalties

GENERAL

What will the VAR review?
- Goal/no goal
- Penalty/no penalty
- Direct red card (not second yellow card/caution)
- Mistaken identity (when the referee cautions or sends off the wrong...



By ESPN Staff

Ex-Paraguay FA boss banned for life by FIFA

Former South American football boss Juan Angel Napout has been banned for life from the sport and fined one million Swiss francs ($1 million) by FIFA, more than one year after being given a nine-year jail sentence by a U.S. Court.

Napout was sentenced by a court in Brooklyn, New York, in August last year and also ordered him to pay more than $4.3 million in financial penalties for crimes stemming from the corruption scandal that engulfed global soccer body FIFA in 2015.

He had been found guilty by...

It's time to map out successful, meaningful change for women's soccer

There's no debate: as a standalone tournament, the Women's World Cup is a rip-roaring, commercially viable success. The 2019 edition broke women's football viewing records around the world. This happened not only in Europe, where the time zones were friendly and new marks were set in France, Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom, but also in the United States and Brazil. In fact, according to FIFA, Brazil set a new global viewing record when 35 million watched the Selecao take on France in the...

FIFA sends emergency team to run Egyptian FA

Hosts Egypt were eliminated from the Africa Cup of Nations by South Africa in the round of 16 this summer.

Rocked by the surprise early exit of a national team featuring Mohamed Salah as hosts of the Africa Cup of Nations last month, Egyptian football is getting an emergency management team from FIFA.

Football's world body says it appointed a panel of four men and one woman to manage the Egypt football federation until fresh elections are held within one year.

Egypt's round-of-16 loss against South Africa caused coach Javier Aguirre and his staff to be fired before federation president Hany Abo Rida...

FIFA wants to fast-track 32-team Women's World Cup

Members of the United States women's soccer team celebrated winning the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup with a parade through the streets of New York City

FIFA is asking its ruling council to fast-track expansion of the next Women's World Cup to 32 teams.

In a document seen by the Associated Press and ESPN FC, FIFA says it wants council members to approve adding eight more teams within days and without a formal meeting. FIFA is also asking the council to urgently reboot bidding to host the 2023 tournament.

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino believes...

FIFA plans to expand WWC, double prize money

LYON, France -- Looking to capitalize on the success of a Women's World Cup that he said drew more than 1 million spectators and 1 billion television viewers, FIFA president Gianni Infantino used the tournament's final weekend to propose a five-point plan to grow women's soccer.

That growth starts with expanding the Women's World Cup from 24 to 32 teams.

"It's up to us to make sure we seize this opportunity," Infantino said Friday at FIFA's closing news conference, "and we do something about it."

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