Chief Sports Reporter, Press Association, views entirely my own, gags probably stolen.

Fifa delay decision on video technology for another 12 months as rules change on 'triple punishment' — The Dutch FA had wanted to use its system in the Dutch Cup next season but the International FA Board meeting in Belfast wants more information before giving the green light. Football Association chairman Greg Dyke had been keen to push forward live trials but other delegates were more cautious which means it will be at least another year before the go-ahead can be given.

FA chairman Greg Dyke refuses to address rules despite criticism from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho after Nemanja Matic's red card — Chelsea said they were "appalled" by the FA's decision to ban Matic for pushing Burnley's Ashley Barnes while taking no action against the Clarets player for his challenge on the Serbian midfielder. Jose Mourinho claimed the FA "lose credibility" by making such decisions, but Dyke responded by saying: "I don't get involved in the politics that goes on in the game.

Liverpool cleared of breaching FFP rules... but Hull City get slapped with £145,000 fine — UEFA have cleared Liverpool of beaching financial fair play regulations The Reds have improved their financial stability since almost going into administration before being taken over by Fenway Sports Group Hull City have agreed to pay £145,000 fine and pay an additional £290,000 if they breach rules next season Liverpool have been cleared of any financial fair play breaches by UEFA, but Hull have been fined £145,000.

Liverpool set to escape financial fair play sanctions but Hull City will be fined by UEFA — Liverpool have been under investigation by Club Financial Control Body CFCB will meet on Friday and are set to announce club are in the clear Understood Hull City have settled for a small fine after FFP breach Manchester City and PSG were the clubs hit hardest by UEFA last season Liverpool are expected to be cleared of any financial fair play breaches on Friday but Hull City will be handed a small fine by UEFA.

Greg Dyke keen to test out video replay technology to help referees — FA chairman Greg Dyke will push for trials of video replays for referees International FA Board (IFAB) will meet in Belfas to discuss game's laws Dutch FC currently trialing a video assistant liasing with officials Football Association chairman Greg Dyke will push for trials of video replays to help referees this week when the game's law-makers meet in Belfast.

Qatar 2022: Greg Dyke labels winter World Cup 'the best of the bad options' — Dyke said the best option would be for FIFA to move the World Cup from Qatar but that the choice of November/December was "the best of the bad options". The FA chairman also said the governing body would do all it could to protect the traditional festive period for club matches - playing the final on December 23 has been mooted as one possibility.

FIFA referee boss Jim Boyce says referees should have video replays for big decisions — Britain's FIFA vice-president calls for more technology in the game Sepp Blatter has called for managers to have two appeals per game Boyce says only penalty area incidents should be considered The International FA Board meets to discuss video replays on Saturday Jim Boyce, FIFA's referees chairman and Britain's FIFA vice-president, says he has changed his mind on video replays and would back their use for penalty area incidents.

Sky admits 'paying big' for Premier League rights after BT Sport tried to 'muscle in' — Sky won the lion's share of TV rights after paying £4.176bn for 126 matches Director Graham McWilliam has accused BT Sport of trying to 'muscle in' Overseas rights are unlikely to see the same 70 per cent increase in cost Sky has claimed it won the battle over Premier League television rights after BT Sport tried to 'muscle in'.

Manchester United finances: Champions League exile sees fall in revenue at Old Trafford — United's revenues for the three months ending December 31 were £105.7million compared to £122.9million a year ago - but not as great a drop as some analysts had predicted due to a reduction in the club's costs and a rise in commercial income.

Man Utd report fall in revenue — Manchester United have reported revenue down 14 per cent for the second quarter of their financial year as a result of being absent from the Champions League. United's revenues for the three months ending December 31 were £105.7million compared to £122.9million a year ago - but not as great a drop as some analysts had predicted due to a reduction in the club's costs and a rise in commercial income.
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Feb 28, 2015

RT @AlexStone7: Off to bed having seen Thierry Henry say he has lots to learn, but if call came one day, couldn't say no to managing Arsenal. #sweetdreams

Feb 28, 2015

@fi_mclachlan yours was good but think would be wrong for me to swoon

Feb 28, 2015

@MattGarrahan cheers Matt - not quite sure why he's laughing as @RobHarris has just asked him about racism in Russia

Feb 28, 2015

.@ThierryHenry extremely assured + impressive on Jonathan Ross show right now

Feb 28, 2015

@bmb_afcb @SGF96 as soon as I saw the incident I had the feeling it was going to be denied

Feb 28, 2015

Or on day of denied case of mistaken identity I should say

Feb 28, 2015

Trials of video technology delayed - on day of mistaken identity by ref at man Utd…

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