After a FIFA U-turn today, at least one World Cup referee is ready to embrace goal-line technology.
English referee Howard Webb, who officiated last month's Champions League final, said he would be open to technological aids if they help referees get the calls right.
Although FIFA president Sepp Blatter said in March that he does not want non-human intervention in football, he apologised to both England and Mexico on today for refereeing blunders that worked against both teams.
He also announced that there would be a special meeting of the game's rule-making body next month.
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