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Next Season's FA Cup To Allow Fourth Substitute In Extra Time, Pending IFAB Approval

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 16

Teams that reach the latter stages of next season's FA Cup "will be permitted to bring on a fourth substitute if the tie goes to extra-time," according to Ben Topliss of the LONDON TIMES. The use of a fourth substitute will be introduced in the quarterfinals, semifinals and final of next season...

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