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English FA, the fans, compared to 20 minutes half time

LONDON - The Football Association said that he intends to oppose the plans to extend the period of waiting 15 to 20 minutes a proposal of assistance by the fans.

The idea of FIFA, Sepp Blatter, the director with an eye on the more advertising income, which at a International Football Association Board meeting in the next week in Belfast.

Responsible positions in the game of the English language seems little consideration to the needs of the faithful, especially in countries with less climate, such as the United Kingdom.

And the idea of the fans are forced to five minutes waiting for the second half does not.

Publicly, the FA is a private address delicate political path, but the idea is difficult to maintain the status quo.

"It is very unlikely, based on the discussions next week," said a spokesman for the FA.

"We are aware that the opinions of our fans and the clubs in the Premier League."

The situation is well accepted by the Premier League, Richard Scudamore the Chief Executive has spoken out against the move.

"We would not be in this for everyone," he said BBC Radio Five.

"It is before the International Council, but we believe that 15 minutes is sufficient.

"It is very good for a percentage of people who in the heat to escape and some things at this moment, and I am sure that some worthy, but I think that somewhere in the support of the Football Supporters' Federation here.

"We see no advantage."

The duration of the pause of five minutes is not good with the fans, Malcolm Clarke, chairman of the Football said.

"This is primarily for commercial reasons, the majority of fans before," he told the Observer Sunday.

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