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(Inside World Soccer)   Colombian lawyer sues FIFA for €1bn over poor World Cup refereeing   (insideworldsoccer.com ) divider line
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2014-08-16 01:06:35 PM  
As much as I loved watching Columbia play and wanted them to go on, they were not screwed by the refs in their loss to Brazil.
 
2014-08-16 01:49:39 PM  
Lawsuits and lawyers wasting everyone's time with sh*t like this is not amusing, subby.
 
2014-08-16 02:09:06 PM  
We need Mr. Coulibaly's opinion on this matter.
 
2014-08-16 02:33:42 PM  
As a former referee I thought the officiating in this world cup was quite good overall.  A couple of blown calls is to be expected over the course of any competition, but the few that ended up getting talked about did not take away from the cup at all.
 
2014-08-16 06:17:11 PM  
Will it be tried in a "FIFA-Approved" World Cup courtroom?
 
2014-08-16 09:01:01 PM  
Finally, soccer is exciting...

/yeah this is more exciting than the World cup
 
2014-08-16 09:43:32 PM  
...he can DO that?
 
2014-08-17 01:41:39 AM  

DemoKnite: As a former referee I thought the officiating in this world cup was quite good overall.  A couple of blown calls is to be expected over the course of any competition, but the few that ended up getting talked about did not take away from the cup at all.


I'd say it was good overall but frustratingly lenient on tactical and persistent fouling.
 
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