FIFPro on extra referees and goal-line technology
FIFPro will be giving presentations about extra referees behind the goals and the possibility of introducing technology to make the job of refereeing easier, next Wednesday May 15th in the new FIFPro House.
FIFPro satisfied with use of goal-line technology
FIFPro welcomes IFAB’s decision to make use of goal-line technology. FIFPro - the representative of all professional footballers worldwide - has argued in favour of the use of cameras at the goal line for quite some years already.
Phantom goals stress need for goal-line technology
FIFA promised to make a definite decision on goal-line technology in July. Two incidents from the past weekend illustrate that, in the opinion of FIFPro, there is an urgent need for the introduction of goal-line technology.
FIFPro: ‘Goal-line technology is a great step…’
FIFPro is delighted with the announcement made by FIFA president Blatter that the 2014 World Cup will utilize goal-line technology to prevent ‘phantom goals’ affecting games. FIFPro hopes this will lead to a greater use of technology.
Call for goal-line technology growing ever louder
FIFPro has been calling for the introduction of goal-line technology for quite some time and is pleased that FIFA is also adopting this position, although FIFA is not in any hurry. The decision won’t be taken until March 2013.
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