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FA Says Goal-Line Technology Will Be Adopted By Premier League Clubs This Week
Published April 10, 2013
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NO EVIDENCE, NO CRIME: REUTERS' Mike Collett wrote Club England Managing Dir Adrian Bevington said on Monday that the FA will tell FIFA that it has "found no evidence of racist chanting" by its fans at last month's World Cup qualifier against San Marino. The FA began an inquiry following the match on March 22 after Football Against Racism in Europe contacted FIFA "citing English fans for singing a racist song aimed at brothers Rio and Anton Ferdinand." Bevington: "Our security officers have gone through all the evidence which has been recorded and they cannot find or identify any individuals or groups chanting racist abuse" (REUTERS, 4/8).