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2022 Fifa World Cup Comes Up With Another Technology That Will Make The Game More Fair

The 2022 Fifa World Cup is set to begin on 21st November and ends on the 18th of December. Just like the Russia 2018 Fifa World Cup that brought in the VAR technology, the Qatar 2022 Fifa World Cup would also be graced by another technological advancement, which see that this beautiful game of football being more fair to all participants.

Adidas in partnership with Qatar 2022 Fifa World Cup is set to produce balls that contain tracking devices, which are capable of determining if a player is offside. To be more clearer, these tracking device collects essential data that the VAR machine uses to make its final statement.

"Adidas’ 2022 World Cup ball will feature a tracking device used for semi-automated offside technology for the first time. The ball gives VAR precise data to support fast and accurate offside calls,’' posted Breacher Report Football on its social media platforms.

Although technological advancement in football is seen as a way of enhancing fairness in the game, many football fans are against this, stating that it dilutes the wonderful taste of this beautiful game.

Baffa Sunusi: "All these innovations are not necessary. Football is a human venture. And what is more human than making mistakes!"

Amit Debnath: "Soon we'll all be robots playing watching and cheering on the pitch."

Ali Mwakiboko: "Lets embrace, the game needs to be fair and well officiated. Over last world cup tournaments we have seen a lot of errors in officiating."

Stanley Igbins: "Killing the beautiful game of football😢."

Precious Collins: "This Device will make the ball remote controll they can controll the ball which side or direction will it go."

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