Recently, IFAB released an agenda for its 126th Annual General Meeting and it appears that the delegates will have plenty to discuss, including eight proposals and amendments to the Laws of the Game. Among the items for discussion - one that we want to highlight here - is the use of the Goal-Line Technology (GLT). As many of you may recall, FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, was initially opposed to the implementation of the GLT technology because, he thought, it would remove "the human face" from the game. However, following the World Cup match between England and Germany during which Frank Lampard was denied a goal, Blatter warmed up to the idea of using the technology. In that crucial game, the referees failed to award a goal to Lampard even though the replays clearly showed that the ball, after hitting the underside of the crossbar, bounced down behind and crossed over the goal-line. It's too bad that it took yet another disastrous referee decision for FIFA to seriously consider the GLT technology. But, better late than never!