What I suggest is something that all sports--except the most subjective of them--is that we move toward electronic judging. Some type of electronic marker that would light up whenever the goal went in, or when the attacking player is offside. (If the eye in the sky can spot stuff like that, then what's the point of having referees except to make sure no one gets roughed up any more than necessary?) In my opinion, in order to make the game purer, I would have more electronic control, and less subjective eyes in order to sway the game.
"I like refried beans. That's why I want to try fried beans, because maybe they're just as good, and we're just wasting time." - Mitch Hedberg (1968-2005)
"Football is about if you want to run and fight for each other, if you really want to play that killer ball." - Robin van Persie, Arsenal FC