This weekend's F.A Cup Semi Final between Chelsea & Tottenham was an entertaining game from a spectator's point of view, but was yet again marred by a blunder from the match officials. Chelsea's second goal in their 5-1 win over their London rivals was controversial to say the least. While Juan Mata will officially be named the goalscorer, television replays clearly show that the ball did not cross the line, or to put it simply, was no where near the line. To the anger of the Spurs players/staff/fans, referee Martin Atkinson awarded the goal almost immediately without consulting the linesman.
Is this latest incident the final straw for FIFA to bring in goal-line technology? Why haven't FIFA acted sooner in implementing a new system? Are football fans losing faith in the 'beautiful' game because of these frustrating decisions? Do you agree with the idea of new technology or would you like to see the game being played in it's traditional format as it always has been?