(WFI) The new technology will make its debut in a World Cup despite its many critics.
(WFI)- A big decision on Video Assistant Referees could come at the upcoming FIFA Council meeting in Bogota.
Apr. 3 – Also: IFAB approves updated goal-line technology manual.
March 3 – International Football Association Board, football’s law-making body, removes ban on the wearing of religious headscarves… But IFAB bans any kind of slogan on undergarments. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Feb 24 – UEFA president Michel Platini defends the expanded format for Euro 2016 and restates his opposition to the ‘triple punishment’ system. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 5 – The International Football Association Board will discuss video replay at its meeting in Zurich later in February … Curitiba stadium deadline set for April.
Feb. 25 – World Football INSIDER looks ahead to the key events in the global football business.
Feb. 4 – Top-division clubs suffered record aggregate losses of more than $2.3 billion for the financial year ending in 2011, says UEFA … IFAB to talk goal-line tech … McDonald’s to train volunteer force for Confederations Cup, World Cup …
Oct. 12 – Don Garber says he would love to see David Beckham owning an MLS club one day… AC Milan chief Umberto Gandini claims Italy’s economic crisis has had a knock-on effect on stadium attendances… UEFA Executive Committee member discusses concerns about IFAB’s British votes. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Leaders in Football in London.
July 6 – The English Premier League says it plans to bring in goal-line technology “as soon as is practically possible” following yesterday’s approval by the International FA Board. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports.