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Upon further review, MLS embraces use of video replay

Howard Webb is widely recognized as one of the top soccer referees of all-time. But even he remains haunted by a call he got wrong. After Nigel de Jong of the Netherlands flattened Spain’s Xabi Alonso early in the 2010 World Cup final, Webb gave De Jong a yellow card — though replays clearly showed...
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