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Pierluigi Collina talks to ESPN about World Cup refereeing


The old cliché is that you know the referee had a good game when you don’t notice him. But there’s a ton that goes into making sure World Cup referees don’t get noticed, and the man responsible for bringing it all together is Pierluigi Collina, chairman of FIFA’s referees committee — himself a former FIFA ref who took charge of the 2002 World Cup final.

Julien Laurens and I sat down with him for the latest episode of “Gab & Juls Meet,” and he walked us through the process.

– O’Hanlon:…



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