The Premier League should say no to VAR

I’M old enough to remember the good old days when there were fewer contentious decisions in football matches. I refer of course to the time before the introduction of the Video Assistant Referee, or VAR as it’s more commonly known.

It’s becoming increasingly clear that VAR is not working and it’s getting worse.

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