After the controversial shot that Guillermo Ochoa deflected and it is presumed that it was a legitimate goal by Chivas, the rojiblanco team receives a new low blow from Femexfut and Liga MX around their claims.
According to the president of Liga MX, Mikel Arriola, the rojiblanco team, as well as the 17 tournament squads, must meet to determine if the implementation of the famous “Hawk’s Eye” is feasible to avoid such ambiguous plays.
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However, one of the obstacles put by the FMF for the project to be carried out is the payment of the same by the owners of the teams, something that would undoubtedly have a high cost, according to journalist Juan Carlos Zúñiga.
How much do teams have to pay annually for the Hawk’s Eye?
In Europe, the Spanish League enters 5 million euros for the payment of the Hawk’s Eye, hence for the Mexican teams this new arbitration assistance system becomes a very strong investment and it seems complex to be established, beyond the claims of Chivas and other clubs.