Prem clubs to vote on scrapping VAR next month


Wolverhampton Wanderers have lodged a motion to scrap the use of VAR in the Premier League, with a vote to be held at next month’s meeting of the 20 clubs.

Wolves will need the backing of 13 other clubs to pass the resolution, which would see the video assistant referee removed from the English top flight with immediate effect.

The Premier League is against the motion and will press clubs to continue with VAR as an evolving part of the game.

More to follow.

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