Referees
Thursday July 31, 2014

Taipei: The closing of a FIFA course in the Chinese Taipei capital city marks a new beginning for East Asian refereeing technical instructors whose valuable contribution is needed to develop referees in their respective countries.

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Taipei: Chinese Taipei Football Association President Lin Cheng-Yi has called on participants at a FIFA refereeing course in the capital city to share their newly gained knowledge and experience with those at home.

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Kuala Lumpur: The four AFC referee trios and one support duo appointed to the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 enjoyed a good run at the tournament, adding to the encouraging fact that the total of four trios was one more than at South Africa 2010.

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Taipei: Thirty-two participants including seven women started a FIFA Futuro III series of refereeing instructorship courses for the East Region in the capital city of Chinese Taipei on Friday.

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Brasilia: Japanese referee Yuichi Nishimura has been named as the fourth official for Saturday’s 2014 FIFA World Cup play-off for third place between host nation Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia.

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Naypyidaw: Myanmar is well on its way in improving its refereeing administration that will contribute to its dream of seeing more officials working in higher-level AFC competitions and becoming FIFA referees.

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Kuala Lumpur: Four-time AFC Referee of the Year Ravshan Irmatov will set a World Cup record on Saturday following the announcement that he will be officiating the quarter-final match between Netherlands and Costa Rica.

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Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Referees Department on Tuesday launched its Phase III contents on the continental football body’s online learning portal, AFC On The Field.

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