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Find out on FOX Soccer News, as FIFA has decided to implement goal-line technology beginning this summer.

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-- has but watching fox soccer and -- last night. -- Limbaugh vs Germany -- Tony against events this and of course -- first against Germany again just three of game's most controversial goal on long locals because that would have been made it much easier with the use of goal line technology well -- the day Tuesday February 19 2013. Vein today fifa made the historical Pete -- has -- -- -- Confirmed -- technology will be used to the 2014. World Cup in Brazil and what is likely to give revolutionary -- the world football. This system was successfully truck that the club World Cup in December. And is being used to this summer's confederations cup. Fifa president Sepp Blatter has been in favor of -- technology since an incident involving front -- putt at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Playing for England against Germany on polls show was ruled not have crossed the line the replays showed it definitely should have counts it. In -- revoked again -- the next major international tournament in the Ukraine in 2012. This done market divot just shot across the English goal line that was not given. Not to react to the decision that the sun by saying Golan technology was now and necessitate. The Swiss president still believes it to the best way to help referees. You're us that if that is what comes to vote them -- -- -- -- -- -- -- and they had they say you have been killed put them because he's he's the DT solution. To save could go to the authorities in the goal of not. By television coming as you cannot see it because the ball but it still costs. And the depth for the human I did anybody kind of do it. The world governing body at opal wasn't going to tenders to provide the system for the World Cup in Brazil. Jim and company still rest and Britain's full cut we used the club World Cup and healthy for approval. But he's different techniques to determine whether the bullets crossed the line they'll refuse mathematics and sits on the goal posts. Well both -- the number of cameras around the grounds. Both are likely to -- the most successful technology being awarded the contract for the 2014. World Cup in April this year. Mystery to make educated city came away from the competition feeling confident that the system used to not -- -- would provide accidents at Fultz. You know all the details about the system before including defeats. You didn't incontinence -- going to be room if you -- however the growth of the legal assistant who. The Mets made an impression -- -- that system to help us if -- -- -- to its feet. With both feet there and Gregory's backing them lead the Golan technology. It seems just a matter of time the -- is implemented across all the major leaks. Join us for fox soccer news every night at 10 PM.

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