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Goal Line Camera Trial

Discussion in 'Football' started by kevano22, 1 September 2005.

  1. kevano22

    kevano22 TDWFYU

    2 August 2003
    Just read on teletext that they're gonna be using goal line technology in the U17 championships on a trial.

    If its successful theyre even considering using it for the World Cup 2006

    Whose for and against it, and why of course ;)?
     
    Last edited: 1 September 2005
  2. CW

    CW C Dub Founding Member

    6 October 2001
    Liverpool
    Sky have starting using a goal line cam though its purely for themselves.

    If it works well enough then why not bring it in properly, it will definately stop any of the questionable goals
     
  3. the_thing

    the_thing ps3!

    4 August 2004
    Toronto
    Juve, MU
    about time :P hockeys been using it for a long time now.
    btw im canadian...
     
  4. Chris Davies

    Chris Davies At least, I think I am Staff

    14 May 2003
    Tranmere Rovers
    BBC Report

    It's not a goal-line cam I don't think, it's a chip in the ball that sends a signal to the referee's watch if the ball goes over the line.

    I think what FIFA have said about it echoes my feelings, which makes a change. Blatter has said that it will be used in the World Cup if successful, but it will be the only technology\referee-aid used for a good while yet as anything else would "dehumanise" the game.

    I think it's great, to be honest. If a team scores a vital goal and it's disallowed for no good reason (Man U v Tottenham, if I remember correctly, ahem) then it's not very fair and I think this helps.

    In the future I might like to see a referee consult a fourth official who watches a replay of a penalty decision as well. If it should be a penalty, great, if not, red card for the diver. End of 90% of cheating (bar free kicks around the box admittedly, but also bar free kicks in the middle of the pitch which are no good to anyone anyway). Diving ruins the modern game, and it's just not fair.

    But that would be the limit for me.
     
  5. Revan

    Revan out the window

    8 August 2003
    Madeira, Portugal.
    FC Porto
    I like it, But I must agree with the FIFA president, that goal-line technology is enough. Like he said:

    "This goal-line technology is enough. Football must keep its human face and must accept errors. If we start to make it too scientific this game will lose its fascination."
     
  6. kingpug

    kingpug Guest

    Hahahaha this is amazing, must accept errors?. If they can be prevented then why not prevent them?.

    More like "with this we can't be a bunch of cheating bastards so we don't want it"
     
  7. ghazi

    ghazi Guest

    Agree with KingPug, here. Why the fuck would you want to retain the human element of error in games if you can eliminate it?

    I'm not even English and i would still be pissed about Maradona's Hand of God goal. Is it really fair to ask players to bust their asses all their careers and to kill themselves and then not have the officials do the same in order to prevent errors that not affect the outcomes of games. . and tournaments??
     
  8. crayon

    crayon Yamato Gaijin

    23 October 2004
    Hokkaido Japan
    Liverpool FC
    I still am "pissed" about Maradona's hand of God goal.....there again I'm still amazed that Simeone didn't get sent off as well as Beckham for tackling DB like a bull on heat from behind in France '98. As an Englishman, there is a long list of grudges......

    What if the chip in the ball falls out? Are we gonna chip all professional balls? Do amateur games get it too? Wouldn't it be better just to put some sort of sensors on the crossbar and posts?
     
  9. foxtrot

    foxtrot Shoe bomber

    24 December 2002
    Glasgow, Scotland
    Rangers FC
    Setanta also use the same goal-line cam as Sky Sports as seen here.

    The only problem would be if a player or players obstructed the view. Thats why I think the ball with the microchip sensor that adidas & Mitre are developing is the way forward. Sensors on the posts wouldn't work. A player will obstruct it.

    I also think Sepp Blatter has a point about errors. Just look at the demise of Formula 1.
     
    Last edited: 3 September 2005
  10. crayon

    crayon Yamato Gaijin

    23 October 2004
    Hokkaido Japan
    Liverpool FC
    As long as there is controversy, there will be a game that everyone talks about.
     

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