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Instant Replay: Do World Cup referees need another set of eyes? - June 17, 2014

Less than a week into the World Cup, some coaches, fans, and commentators have been so fed up with what they believe are bad calls, they are demanding the use of video replay. Others say arguing over fouls and bad calls is just part of the game.

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