Currently, the rule in football is that coaches and other officials are sent off immediately for offences.

But football’s ruling body, FIFA is beginning to see this as being not ideal.

So, the body is testing three possible new rules including yellow cards for coaches at youth tournaments.

Deputy Secretary-General, Zvonimir Boban told Wednesday’s edition of German weekly, Sport Bild.

“Up to now, coaches were sent to the stands straight away in the case of wrongdoings.

“The yellow card informs the coach that he has to control his temper, otherwise he is in for it,” Boban said.

The other tested rule changes are allowing goalkeepers to make kick-offs to teammates positioned within the penalty area, and to have substituted players leave the pitch anywhere.

“Players who are substituted are often slow to leave the pitch, fake problems to waste time and to disturb the rhythm of the opposition before they leave the pitch at the midfield line,” Boban said.

“The referee can now order them to leave the pitch anywhere.”

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