Breaking: Premier League disclosed what new in 21/22 season
Premier League disclosed what new in 21/22 season
The 21/22 season is just a few days away, however where are the available new thing you will see.
Premier League clubs can now name nine substitutes permanently.
This was initially permitted after Project Restart in 2019/20
start of the 2020/21 season seeing benches reduced back to the previous seven replacements.
These include alterations that will hopefully see fewer goals ruled out for marginal offside calls
plus tweaks to the interpretation of penalties.
The handball law has once again been revised by the International Football Association Board, or IFAB
who is responsible for determining football’s rules.
The first change clarifies the interpretation of deliberate handball
with referees now asked to place greater emphasis on whether the player’s hand or arm is in a natural position or not.
Accidental handball in the lead-up to a goal will now only be penalized if it was committed by the goal-scoring player in the immediate build-up.
A player still cannot score a goal with their arm, even if it is accidental.
Rafael Benitez and Nuno Espirito Santo may be in new jobs at Everton and Tottenham this season
but they have a long and proven track record in the top flight.
Four managers are working in the Premier League for the very first time, however.
Patrick Vieira – for so long arch-rival of United’s during his playing career with Arsenal and Manchester City – has taken the managerial role at Crystal Palace, while Bruno Lage is in to replace Nuno at Wolves year on from leaving Benfica.
Newly promoted Watford and Brentford also have head coaches experiencing this division for the first time
in Xisco Munoz and Thomas Frank respectively.
The Premier League has announced that four new regular referees will be in charge of matches this season
after they were promoted to Select Group 1.
Jarred Gillett, Michael Salisbury, Tony Harrington, and John Brooks are the officials in question
with Australian Gillett set to become the league’s first-ever foreign ref.
The different club fans will return in massive just like before the Covid 19. However, vaccination will be offered.
Fifty-nine different venues have hosted Premier League football since the league’s creation in 1992
with United playing at every single one.
That number will become 60 on the weekend of 14 December
when we visit the Brentford Community Stadium to take on the Bees.
The west Londoners, who will become the 50th Premier League side
moved into their shiny new ground in September 2020 and traveling Reds haven’t yet had the pleasure of experiencing the facilities
we haven’t played away at Brentford at all since 1947!
All 20 Premier League clubs will be rocking sharp new home-and-away designs, including United.
The 2021/22 home kit has already been debuted in pre-season, while the away strip has got heads turning…