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High-tech cameras that aim to assist referees will be used in first international football match between UK and Belgium.
European football's governing body lukewarm on system even if it is adopted by FIFA, according to general secretary.
International Football Association Board agrees to overturn controversial ban on wearing hijabs in matches.
Football lawmakers IFAB will test goal-line technology and sports hijab before making final decision on issues in July.
Game's rule makers agree at meeting to overturn controversial ban on the wearing of hijab.
Brazil government refuses to work with FIFA's Jerome Valcke after he says organisers need 'a kick up the backside'.
Just days before IFAB are to review hijab ban, United Nations express support of wearing safe, Velcro-opening headscarf.
Muslim women discouraged from playing due to headscarf ban in competition, according to FIFA vice-president Prince Ali.
Plans to use goal-line technology in 2012-13 English Premier League season put off for at least a year.
Decision to back up referee with four assistants comes after high-profile mistakes at World Cup.
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