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Shaka on FIFA advisory panel.
« on: November 13, 2014, 02:45:13 AM »
Shaka on FIFA advisory panel.
T&T Express Reports.


FORMER Trinidad and Tobago World Cup 2006 and England Premier League goalkeeper Shaka Hislop has been appointed by FIFA to serve on an advisory panel for the influential International Football Association Board (IFAB).

IFAB discusses and decides upon proposed alterations to the laws of the game.

According to local sports website Wired868, Hislop, who now works as a football analyst at ESPN, will appear on the IFAB’s football advisory panel which meets at the Europa Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland on November 24, 2014.

The Football Advisory Panel and Technical Advisory Panel comprises of former players, coaches and referees as well as representatives from the various confederations, associations and league representatives and the global players’ union, FIFPro. The panel members will generally meet twice a year and serve for a period of two years.

Hislop, a former St Mary’s College pupil, played professionally for Reading, Newcastle, Portsmouth, West Ham and Dallas FC. He was nominated for the position by CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb.

The Football Advisory Panel includes: Anthony Baffoe (Ghana), Gijs de Jong (Netherlands, KNVB), Shaka Hislop (Trinidad and Tobago), Christian Karembeu (New Caledonia), Ioan Lupescu (Romania), Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan), Wynton Rufer (New Zealand), Richard Jobson (England, FIFPro) and Andreas Rettig (Germany, DFL).

Some of the topics tabled for its first meeting includes: the so-called “triple punishment” rule; Law 12 with respect to handling the ball; rolling substitutions for amateur/recreational football; and the use of electronic performance monitoring systems. These items were previously discussed by the IFAB and referred to the two new advisory panels for further analysis.

The IFAB does not have the authority to alter football’s laws on its own but it can forward proposals to FIFA for a final decisions. FIFA has four votes while each IFAB association has one vote each.

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Re: Shaka on FIFA advisory panel.
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2014, 05:38:17 AM »
F00ck Shaka

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« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2014, 06:04:39 AM »
Yea, just so, he doh do nothing for football.

He only get respect because of racisum in UK, but wha he really do for de game?

These men have links, he and Yorke in England and they doh even recomend a trial for ah youth man or give back to de game.

He fake ass Trini accent on ESPN.

We cah even see de Caribbean Cup.

Asked he wapon to de Players Union he run up he mouth about?

He only come to play for T&T cause England kick out he ass from they team.

They does complain about Tim Kee, why he eh run?

De women close to a world cup, he come out to talk now.

He is a adviser for de TTFA, wha he advising?

He on de board for de Caribbean League, wha going on with it?

These men does just open they ass and bark.

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Re: Shaka on FIFA advisory panel.
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2014, 06:19:29 AM »
Yea, just so, he doh do nothing for football.

He only get respect because of racisum in UK, but wha he really do for de game?

These men have links, he and Yorke in England and they doh even recomend a trial for ah youth man or give back to de game.

He fake ass Trini accent on ESPN.

We cah even see de Caribbean Cup.

Asked he wapon to de Players Union he run up he mouth about?

He only come to play for T&T cause England kick out he ass from they team.

They does complain about Tim Kee, why he eh run?

De women close to a world cup, he come out to talk now.

He is a adviser for de TTFA, wha he advising?

He on de board for de Caribbean League, wha going on with it?

These men does just open they ass and bark.



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Re: Shaka on FIFA advisory panel.
« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2014, 07:56:46 AM »
Sam, you eat jumbie umbrella this morning?

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« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2014, 08:03:13 AM »
Sam, you eat jumbie umbrella this morning?

Nah, ah end up jocking meh totie with some golden ray butter.

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« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2014, 08:10:34 AM »
Sam, you eat jumbie umbrella this morning?

Nah, ah end up jocking meh totie with some golden ray butter.



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