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EPL clubs Split ahead of Votes for new rules before kick-off

....Plans to bring in a multi-ball system, increase number of substitutions to five and re-register players lead to dissent in ranks

By Tunde Olorungbotemi











The Premier League are facing dissent over a number of proposed rule changes, VOICEAIRMEDIA has learnt.









A plan to increase the number of substitutes from three to five has detractors.


So do plans to introduce a multi-ball system for the season's remaining games.









 The Premier League are facing dissent from several clubs over a number of proposed rule changes for the resumption of the season.


VAM has learned that plans to increase the number of substitutes from three to five, to allow clubs to re-register players not named in their 25-man squads in January and to introduce a multi-ball system all have detractors.









According to reports, there is also unhappiness at some clubs about the Premier League's unwillingness to reconsider the use of VAR, which FIFA ruled last month could be abandoned for the rest of the campaign. 


Premier League are facing dissent from several clubs over a number of proposed rule changes for the resumption of the season, including increasing number of subs from three to five.









These issues are likely to lead to a fierce debate at Thursday's meeting of club executives, ahead of a formal vote on any rule changes next week. Each change would need 14 of the 20 clubs in favour to pass.


Many clubs support increasing substitutions to five due to injury fears in a congested schedule after a lengthy break, with Chelsea submitting a proposal to increase the number of substitutes on the bench from seven to nine, as revealed by Sportsmail on Monday.








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