The issue of time keeping in a number of championship this summer "has been a struggle", according to Kevin McStay.
To highlight his point on The Sunday Game, McStay added up the time for injuries and substitutions during the second half of the Mayo-Armagh football qualifier. The tot-up came at over 10 minutes, but only four minutes of additional time was announced as the 70th minute beckoned at MacHale Park.
"The technology is there, the referees have the latest technology in their match watches. It's a vibrate technology to start and stop the game," explained the former Roscommon manager.
"It's not good enough and you see the pain felt by Kieran McGeeney.
"They (GAA) are going to have to resolve it."