However, I'm also excited to be starting a new venture - which is, well, starting a new venture! Along with my good friend we're going to be working on... something. No more details at this time, but keep up with to be updated when there's more than vague hints to be had :)
The issue being - if goal-line technology had been in place - and if the only question asked by the on-pitch referee was "did the ball cross the line?", then Ukraine would have been awarded a goal despite the fact that the goalscorer was a yard offside earlier in the move - as made clear by the TV footage.
If you're going to use technology - make sure the off-pitch referees can use all of it to make their decision.
Tomorrow could be an even better day.
- University of OxfordComputational Biology DPhil, 2003 - 2008
- Imperial College LondonAdvanced Computing MSc, 2002 - 2003
- University of ExeterComputer Science BSc, 1998 - 2001
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