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Fifa president Sepp Blatter has proposed a new challenge system where football managers could appeal two decisions in a game.
Mr Blatter said he has spoken to ex-players and coaches about having a new rule which would be similar to the Decision Review System in cricket.
He said: "When you are looking at so many matches on the TV, and we have 34 cameras here and it is so evident what has happened I think it is a good idea.
"If it is feasible we will see but when I have an idea I generally try to bring it."
Sepp Blatter has suggested he is planning to stand for a fifth term as FIFA president after declaring his "mission is not finished".
Sepp Blatter has strongly hinted that he will run again for Fifa presidency in 2015.
ITV News Brazil correspondent Rick Ravenscroft was watching his speech in Brazil:
A boss of Cola-Cola has admitted he is "concerned" about corruption claims around football's world governing body.
The drinks giant is one of the sponsors of FIFA and is the latest to speak out against allegations that Qatar's bid team bribed officials to win votes to host the 2022 World Cup.
James Quincey, President of Coca-Cola Europe, told Sky News: "We are a leading sponsor of the World Cup and we are concerned.
"Anything that detracts from the values of football, the values of the World Cup, the idea of fair play is of concern to us, yes absolutely."
Sony, Adidas, Visa and Hyundai/Kia have also expressed concerns over claims of wrongdoing in the bidding process. Qatar's bid team have denied the corruption allegations.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has dismissed the allegations and said they have been whipped up by a "racist" British media.
Brazil legend Pele has told ITV News he believes Sepp Blatter is the right man to lead football's world governing body.
Mr Blatter has faced calls to resign as FIFA president over corruption allegations surrounding Qatar winning the vote to host the 2022 World Cup.
Pele said UEFA president Michael Platini is a strong candidate but feels Mr Blatter has done a good job.
The world governing body of football acts like a "mafia family", the former chairman of the Football Association said today.
Lord Triesman, who was the initial chairman of England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup, has previously claimed four Fifa members sought bribes in return for votes.
In the light of recent media allegations of corruption in Qatar's successful bid for the 2022 World Cup, Lord Triesman said Fifa president Sepp Blatter's attempts to dismiss the issue were a tactic that would have been approved by movie Godfather Don Corleone.
"Fifa, I'm afraid, behaves like a mafia family. It has a decades-long tradition of bribes, bungs and corruption," Lord Triesman said.
"Systematic corruption underpinned by non-existent investigations where most of the accused are exempt from the investigation make it impossible to proceed.
"Foreign construction workers dying in their dozens in Qatar stadium construction sites are essentially ignored."
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is 'facing rebellion' from European football chiefs who want him to step aside next year.
ITV Sports Editor Steve Scott reports from Brazil.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter didn't seem too concerned by Uefa bosses urging him not to re-run in 2015.
He was seen on stage at Fifa's congress in Brazil tonight dancing with the show's glamorous female host.
FA chairman Greg Dyke said he was "annoyed" by claims made by Fifa President Sepp Blatter that the British media was racist following allegations of corruption.
He said: "I was deeply upset at the allegations yesterday from Mr Blatter about the British media was somehow racist. I got annoyed by it.
"It's nothing to do with racism at all, so I just pointed that out."
Speaking to ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft, Mr Dyke added: "I think a lot of Uefa members feel that Fifa has a bad reputation, and as a result something needs to be done about that. It's hard to do that while Mr Blatter is there."
Greg Dyke has told ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft that he is 'deeply upset' over the Fifa president Sepp Blatter's claim that the British media is racist