FIFA:IFAB accepts five substitutions per game 

By Muambo Edward 

Football Writer, – Cameroon

The world football governing body FIFA has announced a charity game as part of their efforts to fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.

FIFA announced in a communique on Monday that a charity game will be organized and the funds raised in the game will be used in the fight against the Coronavirus.

According to the communique, the funds raised in the charity game will be used to “accelerate the development, the production and an international equitable access to health technologies that will help in the fight against the Coronavirus.”

However, FIFA’s President Gianni Infantino, did not announce a date for the game.

“We owe ourselves the need to work in solidarity and to continue to do everything within our reach he support all those fighting against the pandemic,” Infantino said.

“We have already sensitized the public, through many other campaigns. At the same time, FIFA has made a financial contribution for the same course.

“Today we are taking the commitment to organize a world event to raise funds, as soon as the health situation permits – even if we still have to be patient for a few months.”

Through the FIFA Foundation, FIFA aims to carry the impact of football out of just the sporting milieu and make a bigger impact on the wider society.

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