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France 2019: VAR takes and gives at Women’s World Cup

Premium Times Nigeria Thursday, 20 June 2019
...We must remember that laws are made so that existence does not become chaotic...

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News video: Why Is VAR Taking So Much Criticism At The Women's World Cup?

Why Is VAR Taking So Much Criticism At The Women's World Cup? 02:30

After what most described as a succesful integration into the Men's World Cup last summer, VAR is taking heat at the Women's World Cup with the controversial review in the France/Nigeria matchup taking center stage. Grant Wahl discusses why the syste

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