Could High-tech Help Israeli Soccer Catch Up to the Rest of the World?

It’s the richest sport in the country, but Israel has never been a serious contender for the World Cup or the European Championship. Sports tech, which Israeli teams are finally adopting, may give it a proper boost

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Refaella Goichman
Yoav Cohen
A tactical camera being used during a Premier League soccer match between Everton and Watford at Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain , onDecember 10, 2018.Credit: LEE SMITH/Reuters
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A GoalControl watch reads "goal" as a football rolls fully behind the goal line during a demonstration in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014.Credit: REUTERS