We have to make sure the players don't suffer from burnout.
This is a very good start, but we just need more time to develop a dependable, high-technology system.
We do not want burnt-out players coming to the World Cup.
The logical consequence of this is that we will not used in Germany in 2006.
We consider the technology is not yet ready.
We want the referees to be a team and they should all be able to speak and write a common language.
The trios have to speak the same language. It's important because when they are in the fray they need to be able to talk to each other without problems.
Having sufficient equity... Is now an essential requirement because it is no longer possible to secure cancellation insurance cover of the requisite magnitude for an event the size of the FIFA World Cup.
The fee per referee has doubled from South Korea and Japan four years ago when it was 0,000 each. For the first time we're also giving something to the referees and assistants who don't make it. They've worked hard and come a long way, even if in the end they weren't successful.
It is a problem between the German interior ministry on the one side and the other people on the other.