'Referees using VAR as comfort blanket' - ex-England internationals on World Cup controversies
Saturday, 22 June 2019
Former England internationals Casey Stoney and Laura Bassett express their frustrations at the use of VAR at the Women's World Cup.
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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 Why Is VAR Taking So Much Criticism At The Women's World Cup? 02:30
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