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England boss Roy Hodgson has called the Premier League's decision to use goal-line technology a "momentous thing":
England captain Steven Gerrard said he was "all for" goal-line technology as it was vital that referee decisions are correct. He said:
"I am all for it. I think how important football has become, it is growing all the time, media wise and supporters. These big decisions half to be right, the referees need help. It is impossible to get every single decision right."
Outgoing FA chair David Bernstein told ITV News he was delighted that the Premier League have decided to use goal line technology for this season. He said:
"It is certainly a very important day and something we have been pushing for with FIFA. We are very pleased we have got here."
The Premier League has announced it will use goal-line technology provided by British-based firm Hawk-Eye from the opening weekend of the 2013/14 season as "it is about getting it right".
Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore said the league has been a "long-time advocate of goal-line technology", and has been working hard to get a system in place "as soon as practically possible".
Mr Scudamore said, “Football is fundamentally a simple game; whichever side scores most goals wins. So, when one is scored, or indeed not scored, and we have the ability through technology to definitively know whether the ball crossed the line we should absolutely use it".
“Principally it is about getting it right. Fans, players and managers exhort, strain and stress respectively for their teams to score or prevent goals being scored, so we as administrators should do all that we can to ensure the correct decisions are being made", he continued.
Hawk-Eye stood out for their "excellent track record in delivering for sport over many years" and the fact it was a camera-based system "was critical", he added.
Former Arsenal and FA vice-chairman David Dein, who has long campaigned for goal-line technology, claimed every top-flight referee in England was in favour of having a system.
He said at the Soccerex conference in Manchester: "The Premier League will be the first league in Europe to introduce it.
"I have been on this campaign for six or seven years and now it's going to happen.
"The referees need help, the camera will always beat the eye, and every referee in the Premier League is in favour of it."
The Premier League will use goal-line technology provided by British-based firm Hawk-Eye from next season, it was agreed today.
League sources confirmed to the Press Association that the Hawk-Eye system was ratified at a meeting of the 20 top-flight clubs in London today.
A German system, GoalControl, had also been under consideration after submitting a tender.