earlier on in the season pedro mendes kicked the ball from the half way line towoards the manchester united goal, roy carrol spilled the ball and the ball went over the line by about two feet. the ref didn't see it and so tottenham didnt get the goal. last week in the champions league semi final luis garcia this time kicked the ball and it appeared not to have crossed the line. liverpool were awarded the goal and cheslea were knocked out. no-one knows whether the ball crossed the line or not. in rugby they have video playback to see whether there was a try or not.
just wondering how much Brits like basketball ??
i broke my right hand and wrist 4 times playing, but still love it !
its a shame there arent enough places to play ?
If the technology is available (and in most cases already in place and being used by commentators for TV coverage) then it should be used deffo.
However somehow the decision should be quick and instant. It shouldnt require the match to be paused while the ref goes off the pitch to look at the replay.
He woke up this morning with an irresistable urge to spam us with polls.
I cant see why its not used.
im not a brit, but i play state here in australia. Well, when im not injured that is.
Basketball injury toll
-torn latteral co latteral
-torn medial ligaments
-damaged growth plate in knee
From that list, cricket. But motorsport, American football and swimming are all better!
yes... thats an interesting point.
Football from that.
But table tennis pwns.
Well you have to start with a bang. Or in this case a poll.