The Premier League has begun discussions on the use of semi-automatic offside detection technology. Including improvements to other parts of the VAR that have failed will become a reality soon. Four years since the introduction of VAR into the Premier League, it has been more confusing than ever and sparking debate every week.
Many managers and gurus are recommending changes to the system or scrapping it altogether. But behind the scenes, the work of the judiciary in the field The International Football Association Board (IFAB) has initiated several discussions on potential changes to the system.
Overhauling the system could take several months to trial, but The ยูฟ่าเบท has stated that clubs are confident the use of semi-automatic offside detection technology. Will be approve by the Premier League at the start of next season.
Semi-automatic offside detection has been use in Serie A’s VAR systems, UEFA competitions. And the World Cup. Where the results of the review are sent. To referees more quickly than in the current system. England’s top league, the Premier League, has always resisted demands for this system.
But it appears they will have to use it sooner than expected to address one of the most pressing criticisms of VAR from managers. Fans and players who have been anxiously waiting for the decision to be made. Exactly how they deal with other consequences of using slow-motion technology remains open to question.