There are petitions about its use in football but so far they haven't been successful in convincing FIFA to deploy this technology. Rugby, tennis and other mainstream sports already use video refs. I think football should also get into this to avoid games where crucial moments are decided by refereeing controversies. I heard that one reason it hasn't been done was that FIFA hasn't found a system which can be implemented in events such as World Cups or European Championships. Is that really hard? Because when we watch the games from tv camera angles, sometimes their playback is enough to know what went wrong that the actual refs didn't catch on real time. That's why commentators are able to provide video analysis based on that and we get frustrated when we see there's no off side or fault when otherwise called because the ref thought he saw one. :lol: Like the Russian Linesman syndrome.... ------ Major thread resurrection. I'm surprised no one else has an opinion about this. Has none of you watched games with controversial calls that could have been settled better if the decision was based on what the videos have shown?