Clubs vote against use of VAR in the 2018/19 season


"The Premier League will also be asking for VAR to be used more extensively in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup in Season 2018/19", a statement released after the meeting read.

English Premier League is not ready to deploy technology to guide its games as it voted today against introducing Video Assistant Referees (VAR) system next season.

The Premier League's clubs have opted for an additional season of review and experimentation - and also the use of VAR in both the League and FA Cups - ahead of potential implementation for the 2019-20 Premier League.

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The announcement comes a day after UEFA confirmed they would not be fast-tracking the system in either the Champions League or the Europa League next season.

The clubs agreed that advanced testing will continue to the end of 2018-19 though Premier League officials want the system to be implemented for domestic cup matches again next term.

Another problem flagged up by trials worldwide is the vexed question of when VAR should be called upon to overturn a "clear and obvious" error.

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"The only experience I had was the West Brom game and it was very interesting". "We are all agreed it took a little long for all decisions". It's not ideal at the moment.

Manchester United's FA Cup clash against Yeovil was controversial as an offside line was poorly drawn on screens shown, whilst Liverpool's FA Cup clash with West Bromwich Albion was marred with controversy regarding penalty decisions. It's one you can debate all day.

Meanwhile, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) is expected to approve VAR when it meets in Zurich, in time for this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation. They have decided that they rather not give their referees all of their information needed to make the best decision as possible.

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IFAB technical director and former Premier League referee David Elleray said 40 countries were using, trialling or interested in VAR technology.