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Deputy Police Commissioner Steve Gollschewski said eight people were turned away at road borders for reasons including not having a border pass or trying to enter from a hotspot. "I appreciate how people are feeling because we've been going through this for such a long time now and there's been periods where people were completely locked out. "And this is terrible for these families, so one of the things that we felt with this all happening was great relief." As restrictions ease and travellers can enter from other airports, Mr Gollschewski said police presence was increasing at airports across the state.
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Football continues to revolutionize. After the arrival of the Goal Line Technology and the VAR in recent years, now FIFA is preparing to unveil its new toy. According to, the organization will soon announce the use of an automated (semi) system that will allow the arbitrators of the VAR to be notified each time a player is in the position of off- Game. This technology will even be tested during the Arab Cup - which begins on November 30 - and could make even more cruel every arbitration decision.
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Always according to the media English, this life-size test will make it possible to see if this assistance to arbitration can be effective in the game and especially if it can be adopted for the next World Cup in Qatar. This innovation will be tested thanks to artificial intelligence, which will place 29 landmarks on each player using twelve cameras located on the ground. The leaders of arbitration beyond the handle hope to use it at the 823-2024 season in the Premier League.
Weir, Mahrez and Lamela in running for Puskas Award .
Caroline Weir and Riyad Mahrez have been nominated for FIFA's 2021 Puskas Award, while Erik Lamela's north London derby Rabona has also been shortlisted. Scotland international Weir is on an 11-player shortlist for the world governing body's goal of the year award for her goal against Manchester United, along with former Tottenham forward Lamela and City winger Mahrez.