Former Tottenham, Arsenal defender and now Macclesfield Manager, Sol Campbell defends the use of video assistant refereeing (VAR) throughout the game.
But wishes it had been introduced sooner.
He said he's been deprived of two goals during his international career and blames it on VAR technology not being around.
Known for his commanding performances in defence both for club and for his country.
Campbell was also a threat upfront from set pieces, despite only scoring once in his 73 appearances for England.
Campbell believes he was unfairly denied two goals whilst wearing his England shirt.
The first came against Argentina in the knockout round of the 1998 World Cup.
With 10 minutes to play and the score level at 2-2, Campbell headed home Darren Anderton's corner, only for the referee to rule that Alan Shearer had impeded the goalkeeper.
Having been down to 10 men after the 47th minute, thanks to David Beckham's red card, an exhausted England could only hang on for a penalty shoot-out, which they then lost.
The second came with only a minute left on the clock of their Euro 2004 quarter-final against Portugal.
Michael Owen headed Beckham's free-kick on to the bar and Campbell rose highest to nod home and give England what he thought would be a memorable 2-1 win over the hosts and a place through to the last four.
But, once more, the referee disagreed, with John Terry believed to have impeded the goalkeeper this time, sending the game to extra-time, penalties and another agonising defeat.
Out of the two decisions, it was the game against Portugal which denied England a place in the semi-final which frustrated Campbell the most.
Tired of the debates which stemmed from controversial referee decisions, FIFA agreed to trial video replays in 2016 and introduced VAR properly at last summer's World Cup in Russia.
Campbell said the introduction of VAR technology throughout the professional game is inevitable.
But he believes there are still issues which must be addressed.