• This Premier League season will see the introduction of the Goal Decision System, to hopefully rule out those contentious decisions.
  • At the media day at the Emirates Stadium, Gunners keeper Wojciech Szczesny tests the technology.
  • This visual will be displayed on the large stadium screen when a goal has been given using the GDS.
  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaks to Premier League referee Anthony Taylor about the innovation.
  • Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore explains it won't create controversy like cricket's DRS, because it's an instant decision, not a review.
  • Anthony Taylor explains the technology to Szczesny, which involves cameras being installed in all the Premier League stadia.
  • Hawk-Eye system uses 14 cameras to determine if the ball has crossed the line, it will inform the referee within a second via their watch and an ear-piece.
  • The control centre used by Goal Decision System. The first use of the system will take place at the Community Shield match between Man Utd and Wigan.
  • There were 31 occasions last season where the system would have been helpful, three of those resulted in incorrect decisions.
  • When the ball crosses the line, the referees watch will beep and vibrate - there will also be a message to the ear-pieces saying: "Goal, goal, goal."

Goal Decision System

This Premier League season will see the introduction of the Goal Decision System, to hopefully rule out those contentious decisions.