65 referees and assistants participated in the remote technical meeting, which was held by the Referees Department in the Football Association, the day before yesterday, to introduce the judges of the stadiums to the new amendments in the Football Law, which was approved by the International Federation Council (IFAP), and became effective this month, to be mandatory Beginning of the next season.

The moderators of the meeting were presented by the director of the referees department, Ali Al-Tarifi, and the technical director, Khaled Al-Dokhi, with the follow-up of the referees committee member, Saleh Al Marzouqi, Ahmed Yaqoub, the technical director for the residents and lecturers, Abdul Wahid Khater, and Sultan Sahoo. Al-Dokhi confirmed, in a press statement, that the aim of the meeting is to explain the new amendments more broadly to the rulers, in order to implement them correctly, while using the video in the presentation and clarification process, noting that periodic technical meetings are held in this framework. He pointed out that these amendments are simple and some are essential, such as touching the ball by hand, warnings and warnings, and so on.

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