Drin or not there? Mats Hummels’ not counted hits in the DFB Cup final, the discussions about the introduction of Torlinientechnik rekindled. Now DFB President Rauball reports – simultaneously BVB CEO – to word
64. Minute in the DFB Cup final match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. With the score at 0-0 BVB defensive ace Mats Hummels pushes the ball over the line. Bayern defender Dante explains – clearly seen on later popular recordings – only clearly behind the line. Referee Florian Meyer is not the goal. In the real process was not clear whether the ball was behind the line, or not, he explained later.Bitter for BVB. The Dortmund lose the game 0-2 after extra time. Celebrating the Bavaria. In the social networks you laugh, BVB coach Jürgen Klopp reacts acidified and advocate of Torlinientechnik feel vindicated. The debate on technical aids for referees has flared up again. Now, reports the “Bild” newspaper online, the DFB had even internally advise a mobile goal-line technology to use. Because of doubts about the reliability you have but decided against it.
Rauball technology will “immediately” on the agenda
Rauball, president of Borussia Dortmund and the German Football League (DFL), has been advocated as quickly as possible to put the decision on the introduction of Torlinientechnik back on the agenda. “If Borussia Dortmund’s CEO Joachim Watzke or a representative of another club propose Torlinientechnik again, I will endorse.” This is also “immediately” conceivable and possible Rauball told the Süddeutsche Zeitung on Monday.In Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has Rauball already found an ally. “Perhaps the DFL should again start an initiative,” said the Bayern CEO “image” online. “I think it should not fail because of financial matters. It involves a lot of money, honor and fame. “DFB also signaled support. “The best would be a systematic introduction for league and cup” DFB president Wolfgang Niersbach told the paper.
technology instead Torlinienrichter
until March 24 this year, the 36 organized in the DFL clubs in the first and second division had rejected the introduction. Only nine of the 18 first division and second division three of the 18 were for the introduction of a technical decision support for the referees – including Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern Munich. The introduction was also rejected, because many clubs shy away from the costs of installing the technology
The lawyer Rauball strongly advocates the introduction of Torlinientechnik and against the use of gate judges from. “Goal judges make mistakes, as we have seen for example in the Euro 2012 in Ukraine. The only way to get correct decisions in such cases, at least 99 percent, is technology. “In the EM the goal judge had overlooked a hit Ukraine, as the Englishman John Terry was only able to clearly clarify behind the goal line. If the Torlinientechnik actually come on the second attempt? One thing is certain: For the Dortmund this time she comes too late