Hey all, hey Thade.
2 photocells cost probably less than 300 euro. The first of all, we just have to test it, later we can talk about advantages and disadvantages.
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My name is Kwon from Korea. I'm giving my friend's opinion.
I am Whang from Korea. I am grateful for my participation in this forum, which has not yet been an international tournament.
I think it would be nice to make a little correction to current goal box. The old goal pocket has the advantage that the goal sound is clear. But there is a potential for a player to be injured by a ball that has been through the metal bar. And if the player's body touches the bar, the ball bounces out of the goal pocket, and the advantage of the goal sound disappears. Of course, in principle, the body of the player should not touch the goal pocket. But I think it is wiser to take action so that it does not matter. In this respect, the goal box form is much more practical.
I suggest a double wall. Whether it's a goal pocket or a goal box, it is to build an inner wall front ahead of the back wall. The inner wall can be build two forms:
The first is the shock relief wall as Thade suggest, which can help to make accurate judgments by eliminating or reducing the phenomenon of the ball bouncing out. The second is a metal wall made of a material that is clear and long sound when hit by a ball. Even if the ball bounces out, it will be easy to judge the goal because of the clear and long sound.
Would it be wrong to force the referees to judge the in-and-out, which is sometimes missed by sound-sensitive players?
Thank you for reading.