FIFA president Sepp Blatter has called goal-line technology a "necessity" after England's lucky escape during the 1-0 win over co-hosts Ukraine at Euro 2012.
The most powerful man in football has demanded change following the controversial incident in which Ukraine were denied a goal by bumbling officials who failed to see Marko Devic's 62-minute strike cross England's goal-line.
TV replays confirmed that the ball had indeed crossed the line, but despite the presence of an extra match offical standing directly beside the net, no goal was given and the referee waved play on.
Funny it becomes "a necessity" when a decision goes in favour of England. Sebs dislike for the English hasn't floundered. If the goal was to have stood it would have been offside too which the officals also missed.
Sebs dislike for the English hasn't floundered. If the goal was to have stood it would have been offside too which the officals also missed.
He's got a dislike for the British in general. He's the fuckwit that decided that the Republic of Ireland can claim players born in Northern Ireland even though they are 2 completely different countries. We've now lost about 7 players to them, the most notable being Darron Gibson from Everton and James McClean from Sunderland