katarn wrote:World Cup 2014 will have goal line technology.
Good news - potentially. Although I don't know yet how they'll go about reviewing incidents - it'll need to be quick.
Gary Lineker described England's tactics against Republic of Ireland as "a step back to the dark ages" as Roy Hodgson's side were held to a 1-1 draw.
Hodgson opted for a 4-4-2 system but his players produced a lacklustre performance at Wembley against Giovanni Trapattoni's side.
Former England striker Lineker won 80 international caps between 1984 and 1992, scoring 48 times.
"Brazil will thrash us if we line up the same way," he wrote on Twitter.
"Even though results haven't been great, I felt tactically England were maturing, but this is a step back to the dark ages of two lines of four.
"Don't like England playing this system. So easy to play against. Predictable and dated.
"It's not about playing in straight lines, it's about playing between the lines. Depth gives flexibility, passing alternatives, creativity."
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