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Platini stands firm against goal-line technology

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    smithinjapan

    "...were a cheaper way of determining whether the ball had crossed the line..."

    Sounds like that's all he needed to say. Forget about the game and being fair, it's all about how much they can make off it.

  • 0

    Bluebris

    Maybe he's just interested in lining the deep pockets of UEFA and FIFA.

  • 0

    lostrune2

    Refs can be bought. At least tech, even when manipulated, would leave tell-tale data trails.

    But as long as the tech is still on the expensive side, just limit it to high-profile competitions, not lower-level leagues.

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