Dutch supremo calls for technology...
The issue of replays reared its head again after Frank Lampard's goal bound effort was ruled out in England's 4-1 second round defeat to Germany, despite video showing the ball clearly crossed the line. Since the incident, the organisation's president Sepp Blatter has stated a new review will be made for systems such as Hawk Eye, after they were initially ruled out last November.
Speaking to the press in the build-up to Sunday's final against Spain, van Marwijk insisted this decision has come far too late and technology should have been implemented in South Africa.
"After the England game I said the next World Cup there will be a camera in the goal. It is almost a scandal it is not there already," Van Marwijk noted.
"It cannot be after 1966 [when a controversial goal handed England victory in the final against Germany], more than forty years ago, that we still cannot see when somebody scores a goals when the ball is half a metre over the line."