BBC Sport: Can a new breed of football player change the game?

  • September 10, 2021

The first time you’re about to watch a football match you’ll notice the referee has a camera pointed directly at you.

It’s not that you’ll see a referee’s face but you’ll definitely see his gaze.

It might be the same as watching the referee’s eyes flash across the pitch, or the referee looking down at the pitch in a way that might make you think he’s looking at you but, at the same time, you’ll be reminded of his eyes and his authority.

The cameras are there to give a glimpse into the mind of a referee.

And it is a very, very powerful tool in the game.

For the past three years, I have been watching referees.

In football, they are a lot more than just the players in the stands.

They’re also a lot of people watching the game, who can change the course of the game and the mood of the match.

And in recent years, referees have become more and more popular.

They are now in the spotlight in almost every sporting event and a lot is being made about them, from the World Cup, to the Olympics, to domestic and international matches.

This is the first time that referees have been a huge part of the sport.

So what does that mean?

There are a few things that you need to know before you begin.

There are no referees in every game, so it’s a matter of whether you’re in the United States, Australia or New Zealand.

And if you are in the US, you might have heard about the NFL’s refs, who are responsible for refereeing every match.

The NFL refs are the most visible referees in the world.

They have been with the league for more than 20 years.

The refs have the power to alter the course, the mood and the atmosphere of a match.

When the NFL was founded in 1947, referees were not part of their official team.

The only people that could be refs were the players themselves, but the refs had no say in the decisions they made.

This meant that referees could make decisions about who played what position and when they would be called upon.

That is until the 1970s.

This era saw the emergence of referees as a way of controlling the behaviour of the players.

When refs became referees, they started to play a major role in the way the game was played.

In some cases, they were the ones who actually called the matches.

So, if a player scores a goal, the ref will decide if that goal is a goal or not.

This means that the referee is in charge of every game and he decides whether the game will go on or not, whether it should be stopped or not and even whether it is going to continue.

When a referee calls a match, he has to decide what is the level of play that he wants.

There is no referee who doesn’t want to see a goal.

When that goal happens, the referee calls it.

But when the referee wants a penalty, he can decide whether it’s fair and whether he wants to take the penalty.

When this happens, it means that every match is now decided by the ref.

If the ref has an issue with a penalty being taken, he calls it and the game is restarted.

The most important thing is that the ref doesn’t have to go to the sidelines and tell the referee to do something, or make an extra decision because he doesn’t think it’s right, or because he thinks he has been called out for something that is unfair.

If he does, the game goes on and the ref is given an extra chance to make a decision.

When there are a number of refereeing decisions that can happen, the decision made by the referee doesn’t mean that a penalty or a goal has been taken.

When one referee decides a match should be halted, another referee decides whether that decision should be made.

That means that a game can continue.

And when the ref decides whether or not the game should continue, the player is allowed to come on, if he wants, and the match is stopped.

The referee can also decide that he thinks that a foul has been committed or he thinks the player has been fouled.

So this is when the match stops and the referee decides what is fair.

If there is no penalty called, the match continues.

If, after the referee makes his decision, the players go out of the pitch and a ball is dropped, the result of the decision is then decided by a replay.

If a ball has been dropped, or a player has committed a foul, the replay is called.

If it is found that a player committed a tackle, the ball is taken back by the player who committed the tackle, and then the match begins.

There can be many different outcomes from a replay if a ball was dropped, a tackle was committed or a ball touched the ground.

A player could be caught out, or he could be penalised for foul play.

A foul can be given or