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Premier League clubs ‘at WAR over the decision to have five-substitute rule next season’

Premier League clubs ‘at WAR as Manchester United, City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal lead push for five-substitute rule to be used next season’

  • Premier League clubs are at war over the five substitute rule for next season
  • The International Football Association Board has left the decision up to them
  • The Premier League’s last vote on the matter fell in favour of traditional rules
  • League chiefs will address the decision during a zoom conference on Friday 

Premier League clubs are at war over the decision on whether or not to have five substitutes next season.

The International Football Association Board (IFAB) has left the decision up to the leagues – with the Scottish Premier League already opting out.

Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Premier League champions Liverpool are among those who are pushing for the rule to be implemented.

Premier League clubs are at war over whether or not to have five substitutes next season

While newly-promoted West Brom, Leeds and Fulham were against the decision – voting for games to be played with…