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Soccer Editor — Reuters

Reuters Soccer Editor - but these views are my own and shouldn't be taken too seriously by anyone, unless I AM being serious of course. .

Law-makers reject fourth substitution proposal

uk.reuters.com — BELFAST (Reuters) - Football's rule-making body, the International Football Association Board (IFAB), rejected the idea of a fourth substitution in extra time on Saturday but is considering dropping the one-match ban for "triple punishments".

Greg Dyke warns football could see 'another Frank Lampard moment' after video technology trials are rejected by IFAB

dailymail.co.uk — Football Association chairman Greg Dyke warned football on Saturday not to wait for 'another Frank Lampard moment' before adopting video technology to help referees rule on major incidents in matches. Lampard 'scored' a valid goal against Germany at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa in 2010 but it was not given because none of the officials saw that the ball had crossed the line.

IFAB rejects fourth substitution

iol.co.za — Belfast - Football's rule-making body, the International Football Association Board (IFAB), rejected the idea of a fourth substitution in extra time on Saturday but is considering dropping the one-match ban for so-called "triple punishments".

Law-makers consider fourth substitution and end to triple sanction

uk.reuters.com — LONDON (Reuters) - Football's rule-making body, the International Football Association Board (IFAB), will consider allowing a fourth substitution in extra time as well as ending the controversial so-called "triple punishment" this weekend.

Arsenal, City not doing England proud

iol.co.za — London - The Premier League can attract mega riches from global broadcasters but first Manchester City and now Arsenal have proved to be poor ambassadors for the self-proclaimed best league in the world in the Champions League this week.

City and Arsenal failures undermine Premier League's boasts

uk.reuters.com — LONDON (Reuters) - The Premier League can attract mega riches from global broadcasters but first Manchester City and now Arsenal have proved to be poor ambassadors for the self-proclaimed best league in the world in the Champions League this week.

Arsenal deserved to lose - Wenger

iol.co.za — London - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could hardly conceal his despair when he said his team lost their nerve, were not mentally sharp enough and got the result they deserved after losing 3-1 to AS Monaco in the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday.

Monaco weather storm to crush Arsenal

iol.co.za — London - AS Monaco gave Arsenal a lesson in patient, counter-attacking football to win their Champions League last 16 first leg-match 3-1 in London on Wednesday, heaping more European agony on Arsene Wenger. Arsenal boss Wenger, a former manager at Monaco, is now facing elimination at this stage of the competition for the fifth straight season after the shattering home defeat.

We lost our nerve and deserved defeat, says distraught Wenger

uk.reuters.com — LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could hardly conceal his despair when he said his team lost their nerve, were not mentally sharp enough and got the result they deserved after losing 3-1 to AS Monaco in the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday.

Monaco heap more Champions League agony on Arsenal

reuters.com — 1 of 5. Football - Arsenal v AS Monaco - UEFA Champions League Second Round First Leg - Emirates Stadium, London, England - 25/2/15Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger looks dejectedReuters / Eddie KeoghLivepicEDITORIAL USE ONLY. - RTR4R6HG Arsenal boss Wenger, a former manager at Monaco, is now facing elimination at this stage of the competition for the fifth straight season after the shattering home defeat.
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Mar 01, 2015

Mighty Terry inspires Chelsea to League Cup glory for the attention of @markaustinitv ! Enjoy ! uk.reuters.com/article/idUKKB…

Feb 28, 2015

Law-makers reject fourth substitution proposal, triple punishment sanction set to go this year or next uk.reuters.com/article/idUKKB…

Feb 27, 2015

FIFA president Sepp Blatter tells reporters in Belfast latest date for World Cup final in 2022 will be Dec. 18

Feb 26, 2015

Then at the end of the third paragraph he says "January or the end of the year " pic.twitter.com/6AzbytMcKC

Feb 26, 2015

Don't want to say we told you first but... One month after Qatar got WC, Blatter said it would be winter pic.twitter.com/Ct8oWCtoGU

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