Football's lawmakers have delayed live trials of video technology at matches for at least 12 months.
The Dutch FA had wanted to use its system in the Dutch Cup next season, but the International FA Board (IFAB) meeting in Belfast wants more information before giving the green light.
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke had been keen to push forward live trials but other delegates were more cautious, which means it will be at least another year before the go-ahead can be given.
Meanwhile a move...
Ajax coach Frank de Boer is staying in Amsterdam next season.
De Boer, who has a contract through July 1, 2017, made clear he will continue to coach Ajax after the end of this season, the club announced on Friday.
"It's about giving clarity," De Boer said. "If clubs call on Marc [Overmars, Ajax's director of football] or my agent I won't open the door."
De Boer has led Ajax to the last four Eredivisie titles, but is unlikely to make it five in a row. His young team are in second place, 14 points...
In the Netherlands, PSV Eindhoven seem to be sailing steadily towards their first league title in seven years. Just one more victory, against Ajax (who are currently in second place) on Sunday, should do it.
The stage for Sunday's meeting was set last year, when PSV's newly appointed manager Phillip Cocu not only saw Ajax win the Eredivisie but was also placed behind Feyenoord and FC Twente, who finished second and third, respectively. It was not a very good start for a manager who was touted...
Representatives of the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) are lobbying the four home nation governing bodies this week as they attempt to accelerate a trial with video refereeing technology.
With scrutiny of referees at a new high recently in the Premier League, the KNVB's "Refereeing 2.0" blueprint provides a timely look at how television replays could be used to eradicate poor decisions in the future.
A total of 34 games in the Netherlands have already taken place with a video assistant testing...