Cape Town - Vanishing spray inventor, Heine Allegmagne,
wants the SWC can sensation to adopted across all major football associations.
The SWC has had some strange moments but none odder than
Howard Webb spraying a white line to mark a 10 yard free-kick.
UEFA has already
agreed to use the vanishing spray, which disappears within a minute, as the
foam is squirted onto the pitch to mark the line where the defending team set
up their defensive wall before a free kick is taken.
The SWC fans have
had quite a laugh about the proposed move but it has been very sufficient so
far in Brazil.
have been conservative but I hope that people around the world, including the
Premier League, will be impressed by what they have seen in this World Cup,”
Football365.com reports that the inventor was listening to
the radio when he became inspired to come up with a plan to solve the technical
problems referees come up against.
“It came to me I
could do something. I wanted to solve a technical problem that had been
plaguing football for more than a century.”
The spray costs around £3 (R55) per can.