Fifa’s head referee satisfied with World Cup decisions

By Andy Rice 21 June 2010

Jose-Marcia Garcia-Aranda, the head of Fifa's refereeing, reportedly says he is "very, very satisfied" with the standard of decisions in the World Cup. He also says that some of the decisions that have been made "are not good". Add the two sentiments together, and it means that Garcia-Aranda is happy with bad decisions. No, we don't get it either. Read more: Sport24


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