FIFA Confirms Goal-Line Technology Will be Used at Next Summer’s World Cup in Brazil: The Daily EPL
FIFA is finally making a positive step in the game with the announcement that they will have goal-line technology in place for next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
“After a successful implementation of Goal-Line Technology (GLT) at the FIFA Club World Cup in Japan in December 2012, FIFA has decided to use GLT at the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil,” said FIFA in a statement.
In pure FIFA style, they’ve decided to put the bid out to tender instead of choosing one of the two technologies (HawkEye and GoalRef), who have been working closely with FIFA for years. Is it a money grab by FIFA or due diligence? What do you think? Whatever the case, at least technology is finally coming into the game.
Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- FIFA confirms goal-line technology will be used at next summer’s World Cup in Brazil — Sky Sports
- BT Sport target Rio Ferdinand as their leading pundit — The Mail
- Dani Alves urges Barcelona to make move for Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere — The Telegraph
- AUDIO: Stewart Robson blames Arsene Wenger for barren run — BBC Sport
- Bayern’s Schweinsteiger names Jack Wilshere as major threat — The Guardian
- Arsenal chairman has emphasised the board’s backing for manager Arsene Wenger — Sky Sports
- Is fan-ownership the answer to football failures? — BBC Sport
- John Terry says the players are behind Frank Lampard and want him to stay at the club — Sky Sports
- ‘I was plucked from obscurity in the US’ says ex-Arsenal footballer Danny Karbassiyoon — Arsenal FC
- FA Cup 2013: Giant-killings could end because of new FA Cup ball — The Mail
- Where would Moyes go if he left Everton this summer? — Life’s A Pitch
- Football agents may have a bad name, but try getting along without them — The Guardian
- Manchester City make first move for Neymar — The Mail
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