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Netherlands seek video officials for next season's Dutch Cup

Former Premier League referee Peter Walton explains the process behind the video technology to be used during the 2018 World Cup.

AMSTERDAM -- Dutch football authorities want video replay officials in next season's Dutch Cup competition as the sport rolls out live testing of the long-awaited technology.

But while FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants video replays to check controversial calls at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, officials who ran a workshop in Amsterdam this week want to make sure they nail down clear guidelines on exactly how it will be used before deploying the technology.

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The Dutch football association wants video replays for next season's Dutch Cup.

Lukas Brud, secretary of football rule-making...

 By PA Sport

Feyenoord beat Utrecht 2-1 to win KNVB-Beker final

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Feyenoord players celebrate after winning theĀ KNVB-Beker Cup.

Feyenoord won their first piece of silverware since 2008 after defeating FC Utrecht 2-1 in the KNVB-Beker final at De Kuip on Sunday.

Michiel Kramer put Feyenoord ahead and though Ramon Leeuwin equalised, Eljero Elia's shot led to a decisive own goal by unfortunate goalkeeper Filip Bednarek.

Feyenoord's first-half pressure eventually told three minutes before the break as Kramer jumped above the Utrecht defense to meet a Dirk Kuyt cross and guide a header beyond the dive of Bednarek and just inside...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Dutch FA preparing for use of video technology in KNVB Cup

FIFA has already approved the use of goal-line technology for the World Cup.
Goal-line technology was introduced in England for 2013-14.

The Dutch FA (KNVB) is still hoping to lead the way in the use of video technology by training referees for its use from next month.

In February, FIFA rejected an application from the KNVB to run a live trial of match officials using TV replays during matches. That pushed back the possible introduction of the use of technology by at least a year, and the Dutch want to be prepared as soon as they are given permission to run tests.

The KNVB's "Refereeing 2.0" blueprint provides a timely look at how...