London, Dec 7 (ANI): FIFA president Sepp Blatter has said that goal-line technology could be in place for the start of next season, as two of nine systems being assessed have proved fast and accurate enough.
Blatter was sure that the Brazil 2014 World Cup would have goal-line technology that met all of FIFA's demands.
"There are now systems that combine precision, speed and are uncomplicated. We are now in the testing phase and the International Football Association Board will vote in March 2012 in London over using this resource," he said.
"If the final decision is made, it can be used from the 2012-13 season," The Sun quoted Blatter, as saying.
"Brazil 2014 will have technology to avoid phantom goals. FIFA has two good systems that meet all the demands we set: reliability, immediacy and not being difficult to use," he added.
Frank Lampard was denied an equaliser for England in last year's World Cup game against Germany; with TV replays showing the ball was clearly over the line. (ANI)