tony gale's mic Posted June 28, 2010 Share Posted June 28, 2010 i don't want technology, so er yeah. keep it so grass roots can play as close to the premiership version of football as possible Rubbish. Exactly which part of Premiership football is remotely close to "grass roots"? Is it the money, the egos, whats at stake, the number of people watching, the quality of the play?! Already players can be charged after a game based on video evidence anyway which would never happen in the Sunday Leagues. The rules are no different, if the ball is over the line it's a goal. All goal line technology would supply is a way for the referees to be sure of that decision, which is only fair since there's so many more hopes resting on a World Cup game than a park kickabout. Professional cricket is about a million times closer to its grass roots game than Premiership football (bar the likes of the IPL) and it still uses video replays. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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