I found a great FIFA - Referees and Technology cartoon on the subject on a South Africa news blog which summarises the debate and FIFA's current standpoint rather sarcastically and very appropriately. Poor decisions affect the game, the fans and the players negatively and FIFA really needs to take action to keep the game fair and positive. Using technology is the obvious solution since no amount of referee training can yield 100% accurate results... at least with technology we are that much closer to fairness.
@annjoseph - I doubt that's going to happen without formal electoral reform - certainly not if Nick Clegg is not going to stick to his 'precondition' if there was a hung parliament. It's no wonder Caroline Lucas of the Greens was so upset at his backtrack as the current situation was a likely one to occur and it's a squandered opportunity if they don't use the opportunity to push for reform now.
@Pancha Chandra - I don't think the outcome is that obvious actually. In countries where hung parliaments are more frequent (e.g. Canada) smaller parties use their positions to stay in power for a long time by flip-flopping their allegiance between the various parties. I think the final outcome in the UK largely depends on the Lib Dem's view as to how they can make it work most effectively for them.
On a lighter note, if you're bored (@#22 doctor bob!) with reading about the economic and social impacts of the current scenario playing out, have a laugh at this UK hung parliament cartoon - if anyone score from this whole event, it's definitely the bookies! Lol.. think Rory Cellan-Jones has even been speaking to them as part of his sentiment tracking to confirm it!