The international match between Korea and Wales was designated as a substitute exhibition match due to concussion.
The International Football Association Board (IFAB) has announced a new warm-up match between the Korean men’s national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, and Wales, led by coach Rob Page (Wales), kicking off at Cardiff City Stadium on the 8th at 3:45 a.m. (Korean time). It was reported that it was decided as a demonstration game for the prescribed ‘concussion protocol’.
In modern soccer, where aerial battles are frequent, head injuries among players are not unfamiliar. The concussion player replacement system has already been approved by the IFAB, which establishes soccer rules.바카라사이트
According to FIFA regulations, if a player is suspected of having a concussion, up to six substitutes are permitted, making an exception to the existing rule of up to five substitutes. It is in the same context that the International Football Players’ Association (FIFPRO) and the English Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) are calling for the introduction of temporary replacement regulations in case of concussion injuries.
The English Premier League (EPL) agreed to introduce a concussion replacement system in 2021. Japan’s J-League also implemented a concussion replacement system starting from the 2021 season.
‘Additional concussion substitution’ was also piloted at the FIFA Club World Cup in which Asian champion Ulsan Hyundai participated.