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During football matches intervals, between halves or before overtime, are the referees able to take a look at the dubious episodes of the first half? Should they be able to?

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Yes, they can review fragments if they want to and if it is available. Whether they should or not is an opinion. I'm not even sure myself if I'd want to.

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    Please add sources. Otherwise, this answer becomes completely subjective and doesn't add any value. – gdrt May 2 '17 at 8:19
  • There is no source as there is no specific rule that disallows reviewing fragments during halftime. I m not aware of any additional league or championship rules however. It becomes subjective when you state that this should be done or not. @gdrt – Paul Palmpje May 2 '17 at 8:57
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