Goal Line Technology.
A great deal has been mentioned, spoken about, blogged about discussed at office water-coolers in the recent years. This world cup has highlighted that it really is a necessary weapon in the official's arsenal in order for the game to be fairer.
Sepp Blatter has been reported as saying that it is the 'human error' side of things that makes the game so 'charming'...
Sepp also wants to see Sunday league sides in Hull, having the same level of equipment as proper professional football. - All I can say to this is; "is there a hawk-eye system present at Sunday cricket matches in the amateur leagues? Does cricket suffer for it?" Of course it doesn't.
We have just thumped the Aussies in the ODI and we a re the current 20-20 World Cup holders. Do they even have Hawk-Eye at Trent Bridge for Notts matches? (I genuinely want to know this and can't be bothered to google it!)