International FA Board set to give go-ahead to Hawk-Eye and GoalRef systems
But there will still be a delay before either system can be used in competitive football with each needing to be licensed, installed and then tested in every venue, The Daily Star reports.
The IFAB, meeting in Zurich, will insist the technology is used only as an aid to referees to make a decision, rather than being the deciding factor in whether it's over the line.
Referees can decide not to award a goal based on what they see, even if the systems indicate the ball is in.
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Leaders thronged the polling booth to exercise their franchise on Thursday on the second-biggest day of the 16th Lok Sabha polls. Journalist... More Leaders thronged the polling booth to exercise their franchise on Thursday on the second-biggest day of the 16th Lok Sabha polls. Journalist, N Ram after casting his vote in Chennai said Indian voters keep changing his or her mind where is volatility of the situation. India's junior sports minister, Jitendra Singh cast his vote in Alwar district of Rajasthan and said that high turnout is going to favour Congress. Meanwhile, Finance Minister P Chidambaram and DMK President M Karunanidhi also cast their votes from respective constituencies.
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