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Video Video Referee “Troika”: Promotional Ambassadors – FIFA President Vientiano, Technical Support – FIFA Technology Development Director, Dutch Champion Van Basten, Technical Responsible – Former England Whistle Howard Weber.
March 4 this year, the International Football Council held an annual meeting in England, out of Wembley venue that moment, FIFA President Vientiane said publicly that all the referees are hoping to use the video in the 2018 World Cup video Referee technology, “the signal is very encouraging! Now the only little difficulty is to train our referee.” In order to promote the use of video video referee technology, the FIFA  (visit Buy FIFA 18 Coins) use a lot of manpower and resources, the FIFA Technology Development Director, the Dutch name Van Basten is its technical support, his own video video referee technology is also full of confidence, “everything is on the right path.”

Now, the International Football Council video video referee project leader is former England whistle Howard Weber, the project headquarters is now located in New York, Weber’s work center is in the US Major League test video video referee. After the International Football Council passed the test decision, the US Major League became a touchstone. Video video referee technology for the first time the official competition test is in the August 12 last year, the US League second-class New York Red Bull team on the Orlando City B team. That game took only 35 minutes, when the referee Ismail Elfis decided to resort to video video referee, he and the border can not determine a foul outside the restricted area line.

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As a direct consequence of the Football Association’s decision FIFA Coins to award us just, tickets for the ultimate in prestige games we are faced with trying to squeeze not a quart but a gallon into a pint-pot. The match will be Everton’s first appearance in a major cup final since the FA Cup victory over Manchester United at the old Wembley.Understandably, demand for tickets amongst Evertonians is huge and the Everton CEO is disappointed so many fans eager to attend will not be able to do so.He added: I would estimate that two out of every three Evertonians who would dearly love to be at this game will not, in fact, be at Wembley.
Joseph Yobo has revealed losing Phil Jagielka will be difficult for Everton to deal with – but has vowed to fill the void left by the injured defender. The England centre-back was stretchered off during Saturday’s – defeat to Manchester City at Goodison Park, after landing awkwardly and twisting his knee.Everton’s head physio Mick Rathbone later revealed Jagielka had ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament, and would be ruled out for the remainder of the season, including the FA Cup final on May