Yesterday, the axes of the training course for the video referee technology organized by the Football Association, in cooperation with the International Federation, were concluded from 26 to 29 last September, with the participation of 30 referees.
The topics of the course, which were presented by the Polish Paul Gill, the lecturer of the International Federation, dealt with theoretical lectures during the morning period, which included a review of difficult arbitration cases that require technical intervention to make the right decisions, and also focused on the importance of the correct movements of the referee during the match, which helps to follow up the cases closely to make the decision. Appropriate in accordance with the law of the game, without reliance on video technology.
During the evening, during the course of the course, practical training and mini-games were held at Diab Awana Stadium with the help of amateur players, during which video technology devices were used to review cases in the presence of the implementing company’s technicians.
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