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Countdown to the World Cup Final: Let’s Hope for a Memorable Match… for the Right Reasons!
OK, so maybe I am a bit too self-confident when it comes to time management. Before I jet off to […]
World Cup Match 53: For Geiger & Crew, 3rd time’s a Charm… Or is it?
Unlike the rest of the United States, I didn’t get to watch either of Monday’s World Cup Round of 16 […]
Would more technology help the Refs? Is a Television Match Official (TMO) now inevitable in soccer?
FIFA has had to be dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century. It was a long hard battle but […]
World Cup Match 5: Geiger’s Crew earns favorable Marks… and another assignment
It was an early Saturday morning after a late Friday night for this Blogger (so sue me if I go […]
The “forgotten” men of football.
Now that most domestic seasons have been completed and the international club competitions have reached their conclusions, with highs and […]
AR decisions can decide the game – just ask Chiquimarco (or Chiquidrácula)!
In my last two blogs, (fairly or not) I grilled a few of our colleagues… So, who’s performance has put […]
2014 FIFA Panelists Named… Why am I Scratching My Head?
And then there were… Nine? The 2014 FIFA Referee and Assistant Referee lists went viral last week, and true to […]
IFAB makes changes to the Laws of the Game and calls for additional testing of the Goal Line Technology.
The International Football Association Board (the IFAB) agreed to extend the testing of the Goal Line Technology (GLT). IFAB approved […]
IFAB meeting agenda calls for changes to the Laws of the Game.
On March 3, 2012, the five members of IFAB — FIFA, The English Football Association, The Scottish Football Association, The […]