Uefa considers referee microphone for tv viewers

Uefa considering move to let TV audiences listen to player conversations with referee, says Mail Online. A Uefa spokesperson told the newspaper nothing has been confirmed yet. “This is an idea which has been discussed, but nothing has been planned at the moment. Conversations (between officials) are always recorded.”

What do you think of this idea? Would you be curious to know what referees say when they make their crucial decisions?

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Some referees did a test last year where even the fans on the stands could hear the referee. The whole crowd could hear what the referees had to endure during a match. Initator of that test games said: “It also forces a referee to declare his decisions in clear and concise terms and, if necessary, give some extra explanation”. Read more about that experiment.

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