"The important thing is for the technologies to perform as well as possible and there are no mistakes. Obviously the worst scenario you can have is if the technology isn't that accurate is the TV broadcast cameras proving that the answer's wrong. … Hawk-Eye has seven cameras per goalmouth."
-- Steve Carter, the managing director of Hawk-Eye, whose technology will be used at the FIFA Club World Cup, which kicks off on Thursday, marking the first time FIFA will use goal-line technology. (Reuters)