Should the much debated "Goal line technology" be introduced in football?
In the past we have seen situations where calls for introduction of goal line technology has come.Most notably the England vs Germany's match where F.Lamapard's dis-allowed goal would have counted if this technology would have been available to assist the referees.Europe's football governing body and World football governing body (FIFA) both contradict on the issue.
What do you think?
If football wants accurate decisions then some form of goal line technology has the be investigated. however that opens up the sport to many other technological updates that could move the sport away from its simplest form which really hasn't done bad so far!
However apart from a few incidents a year a huge amount of money will go into such a technology that likely will not be sustainable at the lower levels of the game.
A lot has been made of perceived time delays in making the decisions first of all. Sports like Rugby have used this as an opportunity to interact with the crowd and some may consider that this has further improved viewing figures while increasing accuracy of decisions.
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