Goal-line technology will not be on the agenda when football's lawmakers meet in Wales this week, contrary to indications given by FIFA president Sepp Blatter. According to the Daily Express, the technical sub-committee of the International Football Association Board will meet in Cardiff on Wednesday.
As decided in May, the sub-committee will only discuss the continuing experiment with additional assistant referees.
Blatter announced during the World Cup finals that goal-line technology had to be discussed once again at the "first opportunity".
But a FIFA spokesman said: "The first formal meeting where a discussion on goal-line technology could take place is in October."