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Soccer—or football, if you’re not American—is arguably the most popular sport on the planet. Yet, ‘til this very day, it remains stuck in the Stone Age, thanks, in large part, to FIFA’s aversion to technology.
The instant replay is not a novel concept by any stretch of the imagination, but for years, sports leagues around the globe have been slow to adopt it, opting instead to rely on the limited vision of their referees. Over time, however, many opponents of the technology, including the NFL, have given in and allowed replays to be used in a limited capacity.
FIFA has not.
Much like the caveman who fears fire, FIFA has shunned video technology and chosen to preserve the “sanctity” of the sport by making a mockery of it. In this World Cup alone, fans have been inundated with bad call after bad call.
Here are three of the worst:
1. England Vs. Germany – the game-tying goal is missed by referees.
2. USA Vs. Argentina – the game-winning goal is taken away because referees think Clint Dempsey is off-sides.
3. Italy Vs. Slovakia – one of the two disallowed goals, thanks to another bad off-sides call.
And, the list goes on and on.
Search ‘World Cup bad calls’ on YouTube, and you will find no shortage of footage proving that FIFA needs to embrace replays, not shun them.
Maybe they will in time for the 2014 World Cup.