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Techology and football - do you want them to meet?


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On 'did the ball cross the line' decisions, I'm okay with it. But that's about it. You're lucky to get a 'did the ball cross the line' argument once every four or five games, so it's nothing that'll slow down the game. But God forbid we go the way of Gridiron or Rugby and have stoppages and video replays and all that other boring crap, every two minutes.

Football. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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On 'did the ball cross the line' decisions, I'm okay with it. But that's about it. You're lucky to get a 'did the ball cross the line' argument once every four or five games, so it's nothing that'll slow down the game. But God forbid we go the way of Gridiron or Rugby and have stoppages and video replays and all that other boring crap, every two minutes.

Football. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

agree with that. I dont mind it for goal line decisions, but really dont see the need for it anywhere else.

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In a word: NO

I personally am well pissed off with the likes of David "I could whine for Scotland" Moyes moaning and blaming the referee every time a decision doesn't go his way. Love 'em or hate 'em, referees are human and they make mistakes, as do players and managers. Let the referee's decision be final and have done with it. Goal line technology in itself might seem harmless enough, even beneficial. However, my concern here is that the introduction of technology will be the start of a very long, slippery slope.

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