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Tangerine Chris
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A TV replay system allowing coaches to challenge a referee's decision may be trialled next year, Fifa president Sepp Blatter has announced.
Speaking via video link at Manchester's Soccerex, the Swiss, 78, said he wanted coaches to be allowed at least one challenge per half.
He revealed the trial could happen at next year's Fifa Under-20 World Cup.
"We can try in a youth competition, an Under-20, like next year when we are in New Zealand," he said.
"It can only be done where there is television coverage of all the matches."
In a wide-ranging interview, Blatter also confirmed he would seek re-election as Fifa president in 2015.


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The problem with the coach deciding is how long can he wait before deciding. It's not like American Football where there are predictable breaks in the game between plays. Be better if the ref could decide when to use it like in Rugby League.


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I really do not like Blatter,

BUT

I think this is a good idea,

Even more so at our level where the refs are useless. .


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excrement idea.

Football is a universal game that anyone can play. There shouldn't be any rules brought in that are not in effect for the game at EVERY level.

This rule isn't possible to filter down to non-league and local sunday leagues, so it shouldn't be brought in.

Blatter is going to ruin the game bit by bit.


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Nah - I'm against this. The beauty of the game is the ebb and flow and also the way in which the laws are identical whether it's the World Cup Final or a Sunday League match. As soon as you start adding rule changes for the top level it will take something away from the spectacle for me.

Not to mention the fact that many decisions are just a matter of judgement. You'll have referees awarding penalties correctly, then changing their minds or being overruled because something looks a bit different in slow-motion. We'll still get crap decisions and you're just as likely to get good decisions reversed. Better to leave things as they are.
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Quoted from Tommy
excrement idea.

Football is a universal game that anyone can play. There shouldn't be any rules brought in that are not in effect for the game at EVERY level.

This rule isn't possible to filter down to non-league and local sunday leagues, so it shouldn't be brought in.

Blatter is going to ruin the game bit by bit.


This ^^

Stupid suggestion and im sure theres a better method and sounds like a last ditch attempt to allow him to stay in power for a bit longer.



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Quoted from Tommy
excrement idea.

Football is a universal game that anyone can play. There shouldn't be any rules brought in that are not in effect for the game at EVERY level.

This rule isn't possible to filter down to non-league and local sunday leagues, so it shouldn't be brought in.

Blatter is going to ruin the game bit by bit.


A bit like atWimbledon though,isn't hawkeye only on the main show courts therefore not all the players have the advantage of challenging bad calls
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Its wrong and clearly shows favouritism.   Why dont they just say prem league only just like the gay shaving foam.  Sick of prem.  But money talks.


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Good idea for higher levels but you've got to feel for Shittington Old Boys getting a stone wall penalty turned down away at Crapley Town which would have kept them at level 19.
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What are you all moaning about ?

Even at our level every game is being filmed,

So the sunday league games can not use this technology,

Hard luck on them but that is no reason we can not use it at our level and above.


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Its wrong and clearly shows favouritism.   Why dont they just say prem league only just like the gay shaving foam.  Sick of prem.  But money talks.


Surely the Conference could use the 'gay shaving foam' if it wanted?

Not even they could bollocks that up!


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Surely the Conference could use the 'gay shaving foam' if it wanted?

Not even they could bollocks that up!


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What are you all moaning about ?

Even at our level every game is being filmed,



One camera angle from the top of the stand, it's hardly on a par with the PL and not instantly available either. There'd probably be a ten minute delay while the video ref replayed it. Plus you'd need an extra official for the video, I doubt conference sides could afford it.


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One camera angle from the top of the stand, it's hardly on a par with the PL and not instantly available either. There'd probably be a ten minute delay while the video ref replayed it. Plus you'd need an extra official for the video, I doubt conference sides could afford it.


Agreed, I very much doubt one man and his tripod would be able to do this, even clubs up as far as the championship may not have the outside broadcast facilities that the prem. clubs have that can produce quick action replays.

I can just see it now, John Moore running round the touchline with a VHS video tape holding it aloft like Neville Chamberlain shouting "here it is".

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Infringements in football are far too subjective for this to work. One man's 'getting the ball' is another man's 'taking the man first'. male masturbation idea.
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excrement idea.

Football is a universal game that anyone can play. There shouldn't be any rules brought in that are not in effect for the game at EVERY level.



I agree with you, but..... it kind of falls apart with the tiered system we have for referee's. If the system was equal decent refs would be shared through out the league, instead of league football being used as a threat against premier league refs. Unfortunately football hasn't been equal since 1992


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There are a number of issues here that need more discussion and consideration.

Eg, the France v Republic of Ireland key World Cup qualifying game.  This was when Thierry Henry blatantly handed the ball in the penalty area.  Everyone saw this except the referee.  He knew something had happened but could not do anything.  The ROE manager could have appealed.  A TV replay would have instantly clarified and corrected the position.  This would have been clear-cut and rectified a big error. What is wrong with having this option to correct a mainstream error during the game?

Hawkeye works well at Wimbledon and is accepted by all as part of the game now.  It does not break up play anymore than arguing over a bad call used to.  The number of challenges are limited and can be easily controlled.  John McEnroe arguing with umpires used to waste a lot of time for no successful outcome.  

The rules of the game are the same at different levels.  However, most other factors are different from the top to grassroots level.  Eg, tv coverage, standard of pitches, refs, stadiums, floodlights, crowds, number of officials used etc (behind the goals in CL matches).  

Players can be retrospectively punished for offences captured on TV or video but missed by the ref on the day.  This impacts on future games.  
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Robin would be in trouble if this system was used especially after he admitted to diving to get a penalty in the World Cup


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