We have no idea how Mancini could think that the appeal would be successful. After all, the FA requires that […]
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Salazar’s no-call decision pivotal in Dynamo’s win over United!
Sometimes, one referee decision can influence and overshadow the entire match and stir a lot of controversy. The first-leg of […]
Openly hostile dissent always deserves to be punished!
The New York Red Bulls clinched their playoff spot after tying Sporting Kansas City 0:0. The Red Bulls came out […]
How obvious must an obvious goal-scoring opportunity be?
On July 18, 2012, Toronto FC continued its recent good form (after a truly horrible start to the season) and […]
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 […]
Did Champions League referees get their positioning wrong!?
We were glued to our TV sets this past Wednesday and Thursday watching the Champions League matches between Barcelona v. […]
The Goal-Line technology may finally be coming to soccer!
Recently, IFAB released an agenda for its 126th Annual General Meeting and it appears that the delegates will have plenty […]