CAIRO: FIFA is examining 13 different goal-line technology systems that shall help referees and linesmen make more accurate decisions.
The World governing body announced on Monday that all the project proposals were presented last week. The implementation of this technology might be in March when the law of football can be changed.
The goal-line technology seemed to be essential after 2010 World Cup, where costly refereeing mistakes were recurrent.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter once revealed his refusal to implement a goal-line technology, saying that human error was part of the game.
He also wants football to be the same all around the world. Some countries, especially in Africa, wouldn’t be able to afford such sophisticated systems.