A few weeks ago, I was pointing out that goal line technology was a must in football for many reasons. Today, UEFA gave the green light to a long due technology. Continue reading “UEFA Approves Goal Line Technology for EURO2016 and Champions League from Season 16/17”
UEFA is considering introducing the goal line technology for next summer’s Euro 2016. The Goal-line technology is already being considered in the Champions League and Europa League next season and was on the agenda in Friday’s UEFA Executive Committee meeting.
Continue reading “Goal Line Technology at EURO 2016? It’s About Time!”
FIFA put its stamp of approval on goal line technology after years of opposition to any form of technology in football. My view is simple: The goal line technology is not good enough. It fixes one issue in football when others are still unsolved.
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According to FC Business, FIFA and Hawk Eye are close to an agreement. The final frontier for goal-line technology could be upon us – with Hawk-Eye hoping to start trials in the Barclays Premier League next season.
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According to Sports Business, Sony bought Hawk-Eye, the UK-based specialist in providing tracking technology to sports event rights-holders and broadcasters. Very interesting move after FIFA postponed the goal line technology for another year…..
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Today, FIFA announced that the goal line technology needs more accuracy to be implemented. Only two companies have come close to meeting FIFA’s demands on goal-line technology, according to the governing body’s secretary general, Jerome Valcke.
Continue reading “No to the Goal Line Technology…….Forever?”
Today UEFA released a 30 second video promoting the 5 referee experiment on the pitch. This spot will be aired on giant screens accross all european stadiums during Champions League and Europa League group stages. UEFA is sending another clear message that goal line technology is not on the agenda.
Continue reading “UEFA referee experiment: Has refereeing entered Marketing?”