FIFA Council approves new amendments to penalty kicks due to camouflage

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The International Football Federation Council " IFAB ", announced some adjustments on penalties inside the penalty competitors area in the games.

According to published by the Council of the International Federation of Football " IFAB " on his official website, the when penalty kick, allowed to "camouflage" during Running on the ball to perform the kick, but upon reaching the ball it is not allowed to camouflage at the goalkeeper's goal.

IFAB " confirmed that if the player is disguised in a penalty kick after running the ball, the player is penalized with a yellow card and the opponent gets an indirect free kick. 

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