Corinthians coach Tite calls for technology in football
Corinthians coach Tite has advocated the use of technology in football in the aftermath of the controversial decision to disallow a goal in Palmeiras' 2-1 defeat to Internacional.
The coach spoke to reporters: "The more information there is, the more chance of justice happening. We should be talking about which team is better, about the game, about the coaches, not about whether it was fair and this should be resolved."
To back up his argument, Tite reminded reporters of Frank Lampard's imfamous disallowed goal in the 2010 World Cup against Germany: "I think we have to use our technological resources. As a professional, I get very upset when it happens as a goal at the World Cup in 2010, when the ball went over half a meter in the game between England and Germany.
"I do not see how there are stops in tennis, the dynamics that game has. But it takes some resourcefulness. Perhaps a image in real tome to see if the ball went in or not."
Palmeiras were on the wrong end of a controversial decision to disallow a goal as a fourth official allegedly used TV replays to rule out Hernan Barcos' goal for handball.