Howard Webb believes that the introduction of Video Assistant Referee system will put an end to diving within the game.
He said that divers have been affecting the team negatively and that it is high time to bring this to an end.
The former referee said that it is never easy for a referee to distinguish a dive…
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Sky Sport pundits Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville talk about how influencing referees had helped them as former footballers diffuse potential tough situations.
Carragher mentioned he was avoided getting sent off as he talked his way out. The game between Liverpool and Manchester United on Monday night is keenly awaited, and both pundits shared former experienced playing in such high…
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The social media was full of birthday wishes for Owen Coyle as he celebrates another year alive.
Coyle is one of the greatest Scotland football players. He played in the forward position for his country and is arguably one of the best talents. The former star player featured for over 14 teams with the pinnacle of his career being when…
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Former international referee Howard Webb has stated that the greatest mistake of his career has been in a match opposing Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs.
He said that he awarded a penalty in the game and that now he believes that the penalty was unnecessary.
He said that the game was back in 2009, and Manchester United was…
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Retired referee, Howard Webb, has been making comments on recent EPL games especially in light of controversies as the season almost ends.
Referee Jon Moss sent off Leicester goal forward Jamie Vardy for diving and awarded West Ham a contentious penalty when he pointed to the spot after minimal contact between Andy Carroll and Jeff Schlupp in the closing seconds of a crucial…
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