The jury reviews how the unintentional handball case is implemented

The jury meeting discussed arbitration cases that were studied by workshops.

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Yesterday, the FIFA Referees Committee, during its fifth meeting via visual communication technology, chaired by Ali Hamad, reviewed the outputs of the workshops held for the video technology referees groups on 23, 24, 29, and 30 September 2020, which will conclude its activities next week, and a referees workshop The first team that dealt with explaining how the case of unintentional hand touch is applied by players.

The committee said in a statement yesterday: “The committee also reviewed the technical report on the referees’ management activity during last September, which included holding a training course and a development workshop for referees ’evaluators, an internal camp for second-grade referees, and a training course for video assistant referee technology (mouse), in cooperation with the Federation International Football Association (FIFA) ».

He added: “The Referees Department reviewed the updated educational materials that were finally added to the e-learning system for referees, and included a group of infiltration cases accompanied by a voice comment from a member of the administration’s team to explain how to take appropriate decisions according to each case.”

The meeting was attended by a member of the Board of Directors, Vice Chairman of the Committee Salem Abdullah Al-Shamsi, members of the committee, Saleh Al-Marzouki, Ibrahim Al-Mansouri, Hamad bin Hanifa, Awad Masri, Fatima Al-Ameri, members of the committee, director of the referees department Ali Al-Tarifi, technical director Khaled Al-Dokhi, technical officer of the evaluators and lecturers Ahmed Yaqoub and the reporter of the committee Muhammad Al-Ashmawi.

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