I'm torn, I really am
As a youth football coach, I could do with it making offside decisions as well, some of the decisions we get are shocking.
And as a Chelsea fan of 43 years, who firmly believes Fat Frank is the finest midfielder that the permiership has ever seen, it would have been nice to see Frank get the credit for what was a pretty decent and dead cert goal.
But then, as a Northern Irishman as well, who went multi-orgasmic when Sir David Healy scored a blinder against England seeing us win 1-0 in front of the world's finest crowd at Belfast's Windsor Park, I would seriously miss the commentator, pundit, and media whinging were goal-line tech to ensure that England couldn't fall foul of such a goal-line incident again.
England feeling unjust is a highlight of football - perhaps even a highlight of life itself, for example the time I was chased fully half a mile down the road from a pub in Richmond by a bunch of neanderthals throwing glasses, ashtrays, bottles etc at me, simply 'cos I had the cheek to stand up and roar my approval after the legend that is Gianfranco Zola scored the only goal as Italy beat England 1-0 at Wembley leaving the home side sweating on qualification for the 1998 world cup.
A tricky decision for the noodle-man, but on balance, yes, I hope either system gets adopted. Let it be brilliant, except for one high profile mistake that sees England dumped out of a world cup, so I can enjoy all the crying one more time.
Harsh? I don't think so : It's the fact that England fully expects - nay, thinks it has a divine right - to win everything that makes it so much more enjoyable when they win nothing
(and here endeth "I like noodles" chances of getting another upvote ever again)