FIFA Discusses Goal Line Technology

FIFA Discusses Goal Line Technology

You asked for it: FIFA Discusses Goal Line Technology

Sepp Blatter apologized to England and Mexico for the wrong calls, said goal line technology would be discussed in the future, but no instant replays.

I think it’s a fair compromise. I’m in the camp that thinks that instant replays would slow the game. Right now, watching a soccer game takes an average of 2 hours (90 minutes plus added time and then 15 25 minutes halftime, depending on which leagues you watch).

If instant replays were introduced, then I’m sure an extra 5 10 minutes of extra time would have to be added to the game. And then would each team have a certain number of challenges? Wouldn’t this slow down or lengthen a game that’s already slowed down because of players faking injuries and lying on the ground too much?

Just scored that hard goal? Or just a really clean goal? Just enjoy celebrating the fact that you just scored on their goal and you want to rub it into their faces? There a large list of various celebrations that are in the game that you can perform. In this video you will get a demo of each of these celebrations as well as the button combos for each.

Part 1 of 2 How to Perform various celebrations after a goal in FIFA 11 on the PlayStation 3.

Part 2 of 2 How to Perform various celebrations after a goal in FIFA 11 on the PlayStation 3.

It the final half, you in extra time, and time is running out, you got to defend hard enough to score this win. Unfortunately, in the last few seconds of the game the other team scores a goal and ties everything up, sending everything into penalties. Taking penalty kicks in FIFA 11 takes some skill, but understanding the basics of it can at least help you grasp the concept and get you where you need to go! In this video you will get the basics of how to take penalty kicks and what some of the user interface options mean and what they do.

The keeper is the most important player on any professional football team (soccer for those of you in the US), the keeper is the one who stands between either complete and total embarrassment and loss, and being the hero of the match and winning the game for the team. In FIFA 11, there is a new Pro option of being the goalkeeper for the entire match. You will be able to stop shots on goal and also follow your team and call out orders on field. In this video you will get a fantastic over view of the career mode and a tutorial on the controls and more!.

And Dumbfounded Most Watching Game 1 of 2010 World Cup

I just finished watching the Mexico South Africa 2010 World Cup opener and boy was it a good one. The finish of a tie, wasn totally cool to me, until I realized what I missed.

When Mexico Vela rocketed that goal of the corner kick in the 38th minute, the crowd went nuts. When the lineman flag went up, I sat in awe. This guy was getting fired, I joked to my friends. There no way. The S. African player on the post was in front of him. How was it offsides!?!

Awarding Qatar with the 2022 World Cup was a

Awarding Qatar with the 2022 World Cup was a

FIFA’s president is now on board with most of the world in regards to the 2022 World Cup. Sepp Blatter stated in an interview on Friday that awarding the 2022 tournament to the extremely hot Middle Eastern nation of Qatar was a “mistake.” Assessments of Qatar’s climate played into Blatter’s remarks.

“Of course, it was a mistake. You know, one makes a lot of mistakes in life,” Blatter said on a Swiss TV station about the 2022 tournament. “The technical report indicated clearly that it was too hot in summer, but despite that the executive committee decided with quite a big majority that the tournament would be in Qatar.”

Qatar’s bid beat out others by the United States, Australia, Japan and South Korea. It was a surprise move that shocked the world; not only have some of the stadiums not been built, but the cities in Qatar which they’re supposed to be in do not yet exist. Newspapers and tabloids across the globe were outraged by the choice and insinuated that one or more of FIFA’s members of the selection committee had been bribed. Blatter denounced these allegations in today’s interview.

“No, I have never said it was bought, but that it was due to political considerations.” FIFA’s president said. “We know full well that big French and German companies work in Qatar but they don’t just work for the World Cup. The World Cup is only a small part of what is going on in Qatar.”

Due to Qatar’s extreme summer heat, FIFA will debate to make the 2022 World Cup a winter tournament. This is blasphemous to the organizers of European leagues because they would either have to suspend play or continue their campaigns without the best players in the world, as they would be competing in the World Cup. No matter which hemisphere the host nation resides in, the World Cup has traditionally been held in June and July. Blatter and FIFA will make a final decision will be announced after this year’s tournament in Brazil is over.

After Blatter’s statement, FIFA attempted to clarify his remarks. FIFA states that Blatter questioned the decision to host a summer tournament in Qatar, he did not “question Qatar as hosts of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.”

Outcries of corruption continue against world soccer’s governing body concerning their choice for the 2022 tournament. Earlier this year, The Telegraph revealed that a FIFA official received nearly $2 million from a business linked to Qatar’s campaign. Since these allegations were brought to light, it has been demanded that FIFA investigate this alleged corruption and Qatar should not be allowed to host the 2022 World Cup.