FIFA World Cup: Shock to France, Midfielder Boubacar Kamara out of Football World Cup

Birmingham. France midfielder Boubacar Kamara will not be able to play in the World Cup football to be held in Qatar later this year due to a knee injury. Kamara was injured during Aston Villa’s 1–0 win over Southampton and would be out for the next few months. The 22-year-old Kamara was selected in France’s squad for the Nations League, but had to withdraw due to injury. Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard confirmed that Kamara’s injury was serious and that he would not be available to play until after the World Cup. The FIFA World Cup will be played in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December.

On the other hand, FIFA will introduce new technology to improve ‘off-side’ decisions at this year’s football World Cup in Qatar, which will use a ‘limb-tracking camera’ system. . FIFA said it is set to launch ‘semi-automated offside’ technology (SAOT) in which multiple cameras track player movements and a ‘sensor’ attached to the ball, allowing real-time tri-shots to be displayed on stadium screens. -Dimensional images will appear to help fans understand the referee’s decision.

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This will be the third consecutive World Cup in which FIFA has introduced new technology to assist the referee. The ‘goal line’ technology was introduced for the 2014 tournament in Brazil after a number of refereeing errors in 2010. Then in 2018, video ‘review’ was introduced, which on many occasions helped the referee to decide on match-changing incidents.

This new ‘off side’ system will result in more accurate and quicker decisions than the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system. Although there were no major offside mistakes in the 2018 World Cup. Pierluigi Collina, who leads FIFA’s refereeing program and worked on the 2002 World Cup final in the pre-tech era, said: “The equipment is very accurate, it can probably be improved.”

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