Sunday , June 16 2019

VAR already has made its presence felt during Women’s World Cup debut

VAR already has made its presence felt during Women’s World Cup debut  The Washington Post

VAR, or video assistant referee, made its global soccer debut at last year’s men’s World Cup in Russia, and the impact of the replay system was tangible: A …

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