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LaLiga is set to remain the only major European league without 'goal-line technology', as President Javier Tebas reportedly views the change as 'too expensive'.
All four of Europe's other top leagues (the Bundesliga, the Premier League, Serie A and Ligue 1) use the technology, as well as the Eredivisie and the Championship.
The English top flight was the first to adopt the change nine years ago (inspired in part by Frank Lampard's controversially disallowed goal against Germany at the 2010 World Cup), with leagues in Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands following suit by 2015.
It works by placing multiple cameras around the goal which detect whether or not the ball has crossed the line, and informs the referee accordingly through an electronic watch.
Spain looks set to go without the technology for another season, with El Larguero reporting that Tebas is unwilling to pay the '£2.6 million' it would close to make