"Every time there's a big controversy in a game we have the same conversation: Why don't we have video technology? Why can't we use replays? Why can't we bring the game up to date with the way other sports have used the technology?" he said. "It is a challenge in soccer because of how the game is played, that's why it's taken a lot of training and a lot of preparation."
"Yes, it was a clear red card," Webb said Friday during a media seminar ahead of the Aug. 5 launch of video technology in Major League Soccer. "It was a clear and obvious error on my part not to send the player off, and VAR would have been able to recommend a review to me, and I would have been able to make the right call."