It's the hyperbole and repetitiveness of emotion, but I wish soccer writers and bloggers and even the referee community could embrace some of that emotion. The problem with those folks and even very long-time fans is we've lived through bad calls and their impacts on games and we're sort of too numbed to it. But I think this feels like deja vu to the use of technology in the NFL to get calls right. There were all the same outcries about slowing down the game, and how can you make it work so it won't be abused, and why would we need to change since the game's been fine without it all these years, we can't apply it to all college and high school games, etc. And despite this, they made the change and a few years later, nothing bad had happened. Instead the officials seem to like to check their work. People enjoy debating whether a call will get overturned for the short time reviews take. College and high school games are the same as they always have been. Games aren't lasting any longer and mostly fans are just pleased as punch that the players, not the calls, decide games. The post game debates about calls aren't entirely gone, but that's a shadow of it's former self. I think the same would happen with soccer, but somebody's got to have a little outrage and yell a bit about international disgrace, hyperbole or not, or we're just going to have the status quo, which isn't that good for the speed of play and players in the modern game and we could have things be a lot better.