London - Goal-line technology will be used in the English Premier League “as soon as is practically possible” after it was approved by the body that sets the laws of the game, the league said.
The Premier League is the most watched football league in the world and it’s at the first level of the English football league system. Contested by 20 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation where each club plays every other club twice, once at home and once away, getting three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero for a loss.
Another incident occurred in 2009, in the English Premier League and there was one more huge controversy. Finally, there was a vote from 48 captains of different clubs, and 90% said they wanted Goal line technology. Following several errors made by officials in the next few years, FIFA president Sepp Blatter agreed to use this system.
Goal-line technology is a technical means of instantly determining whether the whole of the ball has crossed the goal line. The International Football Association Board required that goal-line technology (GLT) was not to interfere with the game. As a consequence the requirements were set up determining that only the match officials are to receive a signal to indicate whether or not the ball.
The likely outcome will be that Premier League officials will evaluate the technology ahead of next season, and, after making a decision on what technology to use, will make the use of this technology a mandatory requirement for all 20 Premier League clubs, including the 3 newly promoted teams. The same system is most likely to also be introduced at Wembley for international games for England.
Conclusion Technology Changes in football equipment (personal equipment) There have been changes in equipment such as the balls in football - no longer made of leather (rubber or plastic bladders with plastic covers), designed by teams of engineers, footballs are more aerodynamic.
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