Fifa still looking into use of technology during matches
By Kim Saulse
29 June 2010
Speaking at a media conference earlier today, FIFA president Sepp Blatter, said the organisation had clearly publicized that goal line technology would not be used during the 2010 World Cup tournament.
The statement comes after widespread debate about the use of technology in soccer matches after a goal by English player Frank Lampard was disallowed in Sunday’s clash against Germany.
Blatter however added that the world governing body was still looking at ways to improve the standard of refereeing in high level matches.
He also praised the standard of decision making in the world cup thus far but said FIFA can’t make statements about refereeing decisions after every match.