Jun 20, 2012, 9:37 AM EDT
File this under “blatantly obvious” or “long overdue” or pretty much whatever. Or just roll your eyes.
Either way, this is from FIFA president Sepp Blatter, overseer of the very organization whose foot dragging on this issue has been a scourge on the game for years, and possibly decades:
Experiments have been ongoing. The International Football Association Board meets July 5 for more discussions on goal-line technology, and possibly to give the “go” on one system currently in test-mode.
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