Date: 13th March 2007 at 3:07pm
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Dear Football fan

The latest Football Omnibus survey gives you the chance to have your say on Goal Line Technology, Video Refereeing and the National Football Museum Click here to take part

At its meeting on 3rd March in Manchester, the International Football Association Board (IFAB), the guardian of the Laws of the Game, gave the go ahead for the development of goal-line technology for deciding whether a ball has crossed the line or not.

Any proposed system seeking IFAB approval must meet the following four principles:

The technology should apply only to goal-line technology
The system must be 100% accurate
The indication of whether or not the ball has crossed the line must be instantaneous between the system and the referee
The signal is communicated only to the match officials.
Watch do you think of the IFAB’s decision? Click Here to take part

We are also running a quick survey on Football Management Video games and would appreciate it if you would take part.

There are just 6 questions, it should only take a minute of your time and you can earn FFC Reward points as ever.

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Many thanks for your support

The FFC Team

 

2 Replies to “FFC Survey On Technology”

  • Goal line technology, an absolute must, and the sooner the better. The ideal first strp on the long path to introducing modern day technology into the modern day game. Anything that can help and improve important refereeing decisions has to be a plus. As of right now football is getting left behind by other sports. That has to be wrong. As the worlds number one sport it should be the leader.

  • After the fiasco at Ewood Park (Rovers vs West Ham) I think that further proof was provided, that the sooner its introduced, the better.

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