Today’s Special


Video Technology & The Word Cup: The Dabate Continues

By Michael Silbergleid

Here’s a nice rundown on the pros and cons of using video technology at the FIFA World Cup:

Enough is Enough, FIFA: Video Technology Must Be Used – World Cup
By Glen Levy
Trust me, despite being an England fan, I can be as critical as anyone when it comes to suffering through – and analyzing – many of the side’s underachieving performances over the years.
World Cup 2010 – http://specials.blogs.time.com/

 

Forget About Video Technology In Soccer
By Dennis Bjørn Petersen
I can see why many people (especially English) are interested in cameras in and around the goals in soccer (aka the real football). It would certainly help a.
The Inquisitr – http://www.inquisitr.com/

 

Cameron calls for video technology | Metro.co.uk
Prime Minister David Cameron threw his weight behind calls for the use of video technology in football, after Frank Lampard’s goal in England’s World Cup defeat by Germany was disallowed despite clearly crossing the line.
Sport – http://uselections.metro.co.uk/

 

Let the experts rule on video technology | WorldbbNews
By admin
Fifa’s logic seems to be that any technology will remove the power of the referee or slow the game down. Without the use of video technology, however, the referee can look foolish, and if he makes a wrong decision the game usually stops
WorldbbNews – http://worldbbnews.com/

 

Lack of video technology is keeping the game in the stone age
By David Moore-Crouch
A look at the need for video technology in football, after two controversial decisions cost both England and Mexico at the World Cup.
Football Talk – http://football-talk.co.uk/