Fifa President Sepp Blatter has said that he will consider using video technology in wake of England’s Frank Lampard’s disallowed goal and Carlos Tevez goal which was wrongly given could of been prevented had the use of video technology been implemented.

Video technology has had successful spells in Tennis, Rugby and Cricket. But only one man can’t see common sense, video technology has been called from all the hierachy of the sport. Even Prime Minister David Cameron has joined the calls for video technology to be used.

Guus Hiddink has said that Fifa President Blatter should either allow video technology or resign. The Dutchman who coached South Korea to the semi-finals in 2002 said, “Blatter should announce now that video replay will be implemented or he needs to resign.”

Spanish striker Fernando Torres added, “We’re tired of asking for technological help for these kinds of situations because they can determine something as important as whether you get knocked out of a World Cup.”