So thanks to Mourinho's brilliance by deflecting his team's inability to beat Burnley into a mass discussion on the standard of refereeing, the topic of further technology in football to help them out will inevitably pop up over the next week. As a team that's sufferred more than its fair share from poor refereeing over the last few season (going all the way back to the PL seasons) what's the Mix's view on further technology? For me it's a definite no for several reasons. Firstly a lot of the problems are due to the subjective nature of the decisions even with technology in most cases someone still has to make that call and can interpret it wrongly. Who would have the final say the reviewer or the referee? Then you have the issues around putting this into the game, I can't see how you would do it with interrupting the flow of the game to some extent. For example even a person in the referees ear would be some delay as they review the footage whilst the game goes on and within few seconds in football a game can completely change. Finally one thing that makes football so successful is that you'll go into work on Monday and have a discussion about the weekends football part of which will be around refereeing decisions. Do we really want to take away the discussion? I think the standard needs to improve but I'd prefer to see those simply not good enough removed from the professional game until they are and likewise I think too many show 'big club bias' simply due to the fear of the likes of Mourinho who have the power and media influence to slaughter them for a week or so that needs to change where they should be more concerned at the consequences for making bad decisions (ie a lengthy demotion out of the professional game for consistently bad decisions rather than a league for a game or two) than the reactions of a manager. Propping up bad referees with technology isn't the answer imo.