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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

FIFA Technology Averse? Why?

Football is very physical, very tough, involves lots of tearing, pushing and legging and a part and parcel of the human body. Is this the reason for FIFA's puzzling unwillingness to welcome technology in? They want it to remain a dangerous primeval sport that it was? They say human errors add charms to the game! But human errors at whose cost?

That Super Sunday Soccer was mouth watering and incredible. England and Germany racing full swing up and down the field promised what was expected. But, that goal that wasn't given in spite of clear replays robbed the jest out of England. Well, you only say this game is totally body oriented and so your horrible decisions would definitely affect the bodies. Of course, England could have bounded back and altered the course of the game, but that goal that wasn't given still stank.

Mexico matched Argentina in pace and fury. It was a game to relish. But, your decisions again marred it. Bravo, Mexico still fought like lions even after conceding a tragic suicidal second goal. You see, it affects. Now, your so-called charms had harmed England and Mexico beyond repair. And yet, you say no to technology that's readily available and that had transformed the game of cricket already.

Technology or no technology, the question remains. How can you allow such decisions in a championship of this level? Not to mention the other affected matches or those in the offing.

Anybody listening or rather watching?
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