Today morning I was conversing with my roomie. He told about the infosys HR guy who killed his wife. I am seeing such news often. Though, the reason for this cause-célèbre is very personal, the reports about it attach the organization for which the person is working for.
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The Lampard denied goal (in the match England Vs Germany) is creating ripples. We have also started arguing the moral boost that England missed because of the denial. England certainly started feeling the need for speed after they were two goals down. They started their attack and the best part of the game was those 25 odd minutes when suddenly England started to pull things back. But, Lampard's strike was denied and his face reflected the sorry figure of the entire hope.
What defines a person is not what the person can, or cannot do. What defines a person is what the person can do, but chooses not to do.I heed on the views of decision makers. So, I wanted to know how FIFA president reacted for the refereeing mistakes. His words as I felt are very sharp deeply reflecting on the subject.
I deplore the obvious refereeing mistakes we have seen. I understand the teams concerned are unhappy. I have personally said ‘I apologise for what happened’ to England. I understand the media criticism, it is their right and job to do so. Still, it’s not the end of the competition, it’s not the end of football. With the denial of the use of technology, we have to accept mistakes.
As FIFA, we need to protect refereeing. We have the responsibility to take the adequate measures to avoid such situations happening again. However, I cannot accept that the integrity of the competition and the referees is called into question.Its how decisions taken needs to be justified and defended. Future actions should be postponed till a milestone is reached, accept the criticism till then, get those (c)rude oils they can be the fuel in future.
I am fond of football and Italy is my favorite team. I remember the days when I watched Salvatore Schillaci and Roberto Baggio. Baggio was my favourite italian player in my school days. And he is my favourite till date. I remember my class twelfth supplementary reader book covered with the sportstar wrapper featuring Baggio. I watched the penalty shootout which he missed in 1994. I loved his Goatee a lot. Those were my early football days. I used to collect the cards given with bubble gums. And we used to trade for getting cards of the famous players. Diego Maradona card was one of the rarest!! We loved him really.
Having read this, I have some questions.