Blatter apologizes to England, Mexico
JOHANNESBURG -- Upon further review, soccer's governing body now agrees that something must be done about the blatant missed calls that have infuriated fans and players alike at the World Cup.
Just what that something is, though, won't even be addressed until after the tournament in South Africa is over.
A high-tech solution is possible, but it probably would address only that most egregious of refereeing mistakes: whether or not the ball crosses the goal line. Even putting ...
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