# Answer: 61 - 2010-06-29 at 7:23 PM
an interesting point... but when there are bad calls and lots of bad calls on the sports largest stage its not good for the sport. At least, implement it during the World Cup
# Answer: 62 - 2010-06-29 at 7:26 PM
Or do a system much like American Football has where the coach of a team has a number of "challenges" he may use in which if he think there was a wrong call he may use a challenge and the officials will then review and determine. If he is wrong he will be penalized somehow (in american football they lose a timeout) and once he runs out he runs out so he better use them in the right situations. In any case without a challenge from a coach play resumes as usual and what the referee says go. Also in American Football the coaches cannot challenge penalties however with so much acting in world football it may should be allowed to challenge referees cards. Just a thought.
# Answer: 63 - 2010-06-29 at 7:57 PM
29.06.2010 um 19:19 Uhr - RevaN:
i think they should not introduce any technology because football is so popular because of emotions. and errors belong to this game as goals.
you get emotions when sombody scores a goal
you get emotions when somebody is fouled
you get emotions when you see good football
you might as well get emotions when a refereee screws up but that's over all such a small part that it doesnt matter. Icehocky has videoproof for a realy long time and I never saw the fans lacking emotions when I went to a game.
and making a videoproof whether a goal is scored or not doesnt hurt anybodys feelings nor would it take much time
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# Answer: 64 - 2010-06-29 at 8:58 PM
i agree that emotions are important for football
yet, it's just ridiculos if everyone - including the players - can see the ref's mistake on the screen seconds after it happened
so maybe they should introduce some technologies like a chip which tells whether the ball past the line or not
# Answer: 68 - 2010-07-04 at 8:48 PM
I think its bit overrated, if Argentina would have scored the 1:1 everything would have changed entirely. But like that, I think it looked quite good tho we didnt play that well (not like we did against England).
# Answer: 69 - 2010-07-04 at 11:49 PM
i agree with andi: again we had luck to play against a team which isnt used to trail after an early goal
yet, our offensive play looked sharp and the players moved quite well
and - what is more important - they did some excellent defensive work and killed most argentinian chances before the penalty box
# Answer: 74 - 2010-07-06 at 1:49 PM
i envy your position toblu hopefully you put a lot of money on them. Although I a terrible at calling football matches... I thought Portugal would get far and you see how that went.
# Answer: 76 - 2010-07-06 at 7:09 PM
ok yeah toblu... new email its hunter (dot) bisch (at) gmail (dot) com and do not have skype but should reply no problem if you email the above. Sorry about that I changed it some months ago as I was accumulating too much spam.
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