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FIFA president Gianni Infantino open to changing offside rule

The FC guys say VAR is what needs to be fixed, not the offside law.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he is open to changes to the offside law to help address problems that have arisen since the introduction of VAR video reviews.

Football's law-making body and the International FA Board (IFAB) will meet on Saturday and discuss VAR and the offside law, although no proposal has been tabled for a concrete law change.

Frustration in England's Premier League with VAR ruling out goals for tiny margins of offside, in some cases involving heels and armpits, has...

Juventus fans are furious with Sarri for poor Champions League, Serie A form. Can he win them back?

The first warning sign came in the prematch warm-up at the Groupama stadium in Lyon, France. Leonardo Bonucci did not like what he was seeing.

The intensity he expects, particularly on a Champions League night, was missing from Juventus' backups. To his mind, they were too casual, and he didn't hesitate to tell them in front of a crowd of 60,000 fans. When the game kicked off, the Juventus starting XI did not set a much better example. Adrien Rabiot wasted a 3-on-2 on the counterattack and never...

FIFA set to limit number of international loans clubs can make

The FC guys say VAR is what needs to be fixed, not the offside law.

Restrictions on the international loan of players are set to come into force in July as part of a wide-ranging reform of the transfer system, FIFA said on Thursday.

The global soccer body said it would also establish a new system of so-called "training compensation" for ensuring that clubs receive a fair slice of the cake when players they develop leave at a young age and are involved in expensive transfers later in their careers.

FIFA said that a meeting of its stakeholders committee -- featuring...

Soccer, sports and coronavirus: How Italy, Serie A are impacted by outbreak of COVID-19

Napoli vs. Barcelona was impacted by the coronavirus outbreak in Italy, which saw players tested and fans on edge.

Italy is the first European country to suffer an outbreak of COVID-19, the strain of coronavirus that originated in China and has caused more than 2,700 deaths to date. As of Wednesday morning, the number of suspected cases in Italy was 259 and thus far, there have been 12 deaths.

The government instituted precautionary measures Sunday to limit the spread of the virus.

Two areas in northern Italy have been "red-zoned" with travel in and out restricted, affecting some 42,000 people. In an effort...

Coronavirus: Juventus-Inter among five Serie A matches behind closed doors

Gab Marcotti shares the latest on how the coronavirus is affecting games played in Italy.

Five Serie A matches, including Juventus' home clash with title rivals Inter Milan, will be played behind closed doors this weekend following an outbreak of coronavirus in northern Italy.

There were four games cancelled for the same reason the previous weekend as preventative measures were put in place.

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As well as Juve-Inter, Udinese's home match with Fiorentina, Milan vs. Genoa and Sassuolo against...