Should MLS adopt instant replay, and how so? Grant Wahl polls a number of league coaches and executives.

By The SI Staff
February 29, 2016

The implementation of instant replay in leagues and competition around the world is a hot-button issue, with a wider use becoming prevalent, especially when it comes to goal-line technology. 

Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber has been outspoken about the league's willingness to be a guinea pig for video replay on the club level and even insinuated that third-tier USL may experiment with some replay this year. As for how league coaches and executives feel about it, though, there is a balance. At what point does the game lose all of its rhythm? To what extent should replay be used? Should more than goal-line calls be subject to video replay?

SI's Grant Wahl asked a number of high-profile MLS officials their thoughts, and their responses can be seen in the video above. 

For our series of wide-ranging responses from league executives and coaches regarding issues about and related to MLS, watch the following video interviews as the countdown to Sunday's 2016 season openers continues:

Can MLS be one of the world's best leagues by 2022?

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What's a lost art in today's game?

What are coaches, executives most proud of as MLS enters its 21st year?

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