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The football world may begin live trials of video replays to help referees decide on questionable goals, penalties, red cards and cases of mistaken identity, with the sport's lawmakers set to vote on the move on March 5 .The German Football Federation has offered to hold trials which could include matches in the top two Bundesliga divisions next season.Since IFAB's 2012 move, there have been a growing number of calls from players and managers to use video technology in other aspects of the game as well.
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