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Video assistant referee

In association football, match official that reviews decisions made by the head referee with the use of video footage

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Video assistant referee: In association football, match official that reviews decisions made by the head referee with the use of video footage
The video assistant referee (VAR) is a match official in association football who reviews decisions made by the head referee.

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Mourinho fears for future of 'beautiful game' after VAR decision shakes spurs [Video]

Mourinho fears for future of 'beautiful game' after VAR decision shakes spurs

Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho says he fears for the future of football after his side were on the wrong end of one of the most controversial VAR decisions of the season in a 3-1 loss at Sheffield..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:46Published
You could think VAR is not being used correctly - Barca coach Setien [Video]

You could think VAR is not being used correctly - Barca coach Setien

Barcelona manager Quique Setien says the VAR might not be being used correctly.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 05:39Published
You could think VAR is not being used correctly  - Barca coach Setien [Video]

You could think VAR is not being used correctly - Barca coach Setien

Barcelona manager Quique Setien raises doubts about how the VAR system is being used in La Liga.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 05:39Published
Mourinho 'upset' with VAR after Spurs and United draw 1-1 [Video]

Mourinho 'upset' with VAR after Spurs and United draw 1-1

Jose Mourinho harsh on VAR as Tottenham Hotspur were denied a Premier League victory against Manchester United due to a late penalty.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 03:18Published

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