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electronic player chips

No more iritating game stoppagesdue to substitutions
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Normally when a player enters or leave the pitch the game has to stop so the referee can record their details but if a chip was to be invented that held each player's details and their were sensors on the sidelines then each player's activities could be stored with ease. This could also be adapted to store info on bookings and fouls the player had commited which would greatly decrease the time spent on referee's admin. The chips could be easily attached to the bottom of each player's jersey and removed between games.
dan23, Feb 27 2004

Another bad chip idea Football_20statistics
Chips on footy players? Unless this involves potatoes, give it a rest. [disbomber, Apr 06 2005]

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       What about players with Blue Screen Of Death superstitions?
thumbwax, Feb 27 2004
  

       what i'm afraid i'm not familiar with this terminology if you could please explain maybe i can edit it accordingly
dan23, Feb 27 2004
  

       Um, what game are we talking about?
yabba do yabba dabba, Feb 27 2004
  

       For basketball?
Letsbuildafort, Feb 27 2004
  

       eliminate all substitutions in all games altogether. less players on each side must make for a more interesting game especially losing a goalkeeper in soccer.
po, Feb 27 2004
  

       But if there were no substitutions then the game would become to random and would lose the point
dan23, Feb 28 2004
  

       The Portland Trailblazers, now there's a bunch of guys who play with chips on their shoulders.
RayfordSteele, Feb 29 2004
  
      
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