On June 30, 2012, in an entertaining game before the sellout crowd of 50,000 that saw a total of seven […]
Tag Archive for ‘Laws of the Game’
Analysis of misapplied penalty kick procedure.
In the 62nd minute of a recent FC Dallas vs. Chicago Fire game, MLS referee Mr. Hilario Grajeda awarded a […]
Analysis of a (missed) offside – DC United v. FC Dallas game.
In this article, we are highlighting a no-offside decision that was made by the assistant referee in the game between […]
MLS Referee, Mark Geiger, sends off Impact player for elbowing opponent!
We wanted to highlight one referee’s decision from this past weekend’s MLS game. In a game between Columbus Crew and […]
USSF got it wrong – violation of substitution procedure is no trifling offense.
In this blog, we are writing about remarks that were included in the Advice to Referees on the Laws of […]
Euro 2012 begins with refereeing controversy!
The year’s biggest soccer tournament — Euro 2012 – has just got under way. We, of course, anticipated that the […]
AC Milan and Juventus draw after the Referees fail to award a goal!
This past Saturday, AC Milan and Juventus played a pivotal game that could determine the championship of the Italian Serie […]
Chelsea’s Ivanovic sent off for ugly tackle on City’s Kolarov.
In the 42nd minute of the Community Shield match between Chelsea and Manchester City, Referee Kevin Friend showed Chelsea defender […]
Proper substitution procedure: why can’t referees get it right?!
We watched several local games over the past couple weeks. It boggled our mind that all of the refereeing crews […]
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 […]