I don't understand why it shouldn't be used for TV, I enjoy the hawk eyey analysis on the cricket and it could be used for football aswell.
The Premier League are to test a Hawk-Eye system, which will determine if a ball crosses the goal-line or not, with a view to using it in matches.
Paul Hawkins invented a system used in cricket and tennis for key decisions.
He told BBC Five Live Sport: "We have a contract with the Premier League to develop a system.
"It is purely to resolve the dispute about whether the ball has crossed the goal-line and purely for the referees and not for television."
He added: "The process is to be evaluated firstly by the Premier League and then Fifa.
"If we jump those hurdles then there will be a slow role of trialling it in matches and, hopefully, with the end game of it being in all the Premier League grounds."