Using technology to arbitration in football

Using technology to arbitration in football

Technology advances and can not ignore. The beautiful game has been developed and economically sports a very dramatically in recent years, thanks in part to new training techniques. Professional players have improved every decade his skills with the ball in the collective game.

They have also incorporated Graduates in Science of Physical Activity and Sport, which it has given an important boost to the physical aspect of the players, providing a sporting spectacle of large masses.

But all of the above, It has generated a very strong and powerful business influencing the GDP of many countries where football is part of their economic potential. All previous, leads us to consider the appropriateness of establishing new rules to do so much more appealing but that the results of the meetings see not altered by refereeing errors when giving by valid so-called "ghost goal".

They can be accepted errors in the findings of faults, offsides and other. But if the ball goes into the net I support that technology is applied,There's a lot at stake!. Fortunately FIFA has put hands on this issue and we can talk about testing systems "eye deHalcón", Goal Ref and the latest Cairo Goal Control System and 4-D.

ghost goal England in the 66
This ghost goal decided in the World 1966

I will not discuss the technical specifications because it would be extensive and there is sufficient documentation on the Internet but the only intention is to prevent goals as the ghosts 30 June 1966. That day Inglaterra'66 World Cup final played at Wembley Stadium was played. England and Germany played and the result was conditioned by a goal that did not come. Another case would be in a World Cup goal against Brazil in México'86 Michel and had to climb the marker. For all this, I am in favor of incorporating new technologies to Football

Sergio Barres

Sergio Barres

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