The ‘magic spray’ will be used at free-kicks to mark out where the wall should stand 10 yards away from the ball and has been shown to prevent encroachment and speed up play. 185 more words
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LONDON — English Premier League referees will start using a vanishing spray to prevent encroachment by players in a defensive wall during free kicks.
The water-based, shaving cream-like foam was successfully deployed by FIFA at the World Cup in Brazil and will be used by the Premier League when the new season starts next month. 56 more words
After its roaring success at the World Cup, vanishing spray will be seen in the Premier League for the 2014-15 season.
Fans of Major League Soccer are used to seeing the spray in action after it was introduced back in the 2011 season and now leagues across the world are catching on. 221 more words