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Premier League chief Richard Masters talks VAR plan which has distancing issues

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has insisted VAR will remain when the league returns, tough admit there could be an issue with social distancing at the “hub”. The Premier League is due to resume on June 17 having been postponed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. VAR is set to come back despite plenty of calls for the system to be binned following a number of high-profile ‘errors’ so far this season. Though Masters insists it will remain, though admits there could be issues due to the tightness of the location where VAR officials sit. VAR hasn't been well received by Premier League fans Read More Related Articles Daily Star Football email - sign-up for all the...
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