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vimalkumarp
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Re: FIFA goaline tech
vimalkumarp   9/6/2013 7:42:09 AM
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you are spot on. usage of technology will play "spoilsport " since it will reduce the momentum and pace of the match. But if it can help in right decision it is still welcome.

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Re: FIFA goaline tech
richnass   9/6/2013 7:33:14 AM
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In general, my only issue with using technology to help officiate is that it can suck the momentum out of a great game (and the teams participating). If it can be done quickly, I'm all for it.

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vimalkumarp   9/6/2013 5:45:47 AM
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it is even the case in Tennis, all the grandslam events have the review technology in place. technology is even planned for offside decision in soccer.

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vimalkumarp   9/6/2013 5:44:31 AM
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great example. in cricket DRS ( decision Review System) are using for concluding the third umpire decisions.

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FIFA goaline tech
vimalkumarp   9/6/2013 4:31:30 AM
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Great Post. What is your opinion about the FIFA goaline technology?

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Mydesign   9/6/2013 4:23:50 AM
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Richard, there is no doubt that technology can be used in almost all games for accurate and pin point decision making. In cricket, such technologies are using for concluding the third umpire decisions.

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Yeah for instant replay
Rob Spiegel   9/5/2013 9:44:28 PM
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Rich, I'm all for the addition of instant replay for baseball umps. I've seen too many heartbreaking wrong calls. I'd like to see it stop calls like the one that cheated Armando Galarraga of the Tigers out of his perfect game in 2010.

I too attended a game at Wrigley Field. Lovely stadium. When I attended, Harry Caray leaned out of the announcer's window and sang "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." Unforgettable.

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