Rome – The Federal Council of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has agreed to discuss the feasibility of the implementation of goal-line technology in the Italian Serie A League match.
The plan was first proposed FIGC president, Carlo Tavecchio. He wants technology that is worth 4 million euros (62 billion rupiah) it can begin implemented next season.
As reported ANSA, as a first step, the Federal Council has commissioned Michael Uva to test the feasibility of new technologies.
“FIGC intend to use goal-line technology for next season. For the cost will be borne by the club,” said Tavecchio.
Goal-line technology is claimed to minimize the controversy surrounding the goal of events that escaped from sight referee or linesman.
This technology was first used when the 2014 World Cup. Premier League has begun to implement goal-line technology start this season. [Yob]