Is Technology The Answer?
Or would it take away the good old-fashioned banter between fans that has made football the greatest sport in the world?
Ferguson: "I am not a cricket fan or a rugby fan but I have noticed how these sports have changed over the years to improve decision making.
"Football has to open its eyes a bit wider because the people running the game are resisting the introduction of technology in every possible way.
"There is so much money and importance attached to a decision these days. It can cost a team a cup or see them get relegated. The professionals in the game view it as a necessity to use technology where necessary.
"It's interesting because I don't think there is any doubt that in the World Cup final the fourth official sent (Zinedine) Zidane off after viewing the incident on a TV screen.
"They take advantage when it suits them but in 99% of cases - like in goal-line decision-making - they're not.
"I think technology will eventually come - maybe not in my lifetime, but it will come."