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Old Feb 1st, 2013, 04:53 PM   #30
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Re: Was officiating always this corrupt before hawkeye?

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Originally Posted by Sgt.Timmykinz View Post
Maybe there should be a system, whereby the linesmen get reviewed on their performance and accuracy after an event is finished and if someone is seen to have made 3 or more errors then they are struck off. Obviously at slams and other events where there is hawkeye this can done immediately, with a linesman dismissed after 2 errors in a match (meaning their call was overturned by hawkeye) and then one more mistake during the tournament and they are struck off/demoted to challenger level.
Linesmen and umpires are evaluated every event; you need to apply to be selected and they look at your work record.
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