Video technology: FA chairman Greg Dyke disappointed with delay
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says he is "disappointed" that video technology trials have been delayed by at least 12 months at a meeting of football's law-makers in Belfast.
The Dutch FA (KNVB) had wanted to extend its trial of having a video official in the stadium watching replays and advising the referee on key decisions via a headset.
Dyke says he was keen to push forward the trials but other International Football Association Board (IFAB) delegates referred the idea back for further discussions.
IFAB, which consists of four British associations and four from world governing body Fifa, is football's ultimate rule-making body and can put any proposed changes to the game into the sport's statute.