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Premier League changes: Handshakes are back, Mike Dean on VAR, rest at Christmas

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It has been 75 days since the 2021-22 Premier League season ended with Manchester City pipping Liverpool to the title on the final day.

The symbolic gesture, which served to highlight and eradicate racism, had been taking place since June 2020. Notable Premier League players such as Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha, Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso stopped taking the knee last season.

Former Premier League referees Jon Moss and Martin Atkinson retired at the end of last season and have taken roles at the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL).

Moss will become the manager of top-flight referees, while Atkinson will coach “select group one” (the Premier League referees).

And when Champions League clubs play away on a Wednesday night, they won’t be expected to play in the Saturday lunchtime slot.

“Last season, we saw a deterioration in behaviour,” said Richard Masters, the Premier League’s chief executive.

The Premier League has given their approval for clubs to play friendlies during the World Cup, with several sides likely to head overseas for a warm-weather training camp.
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