UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin looks on during a press conference following a meeting of the executive committee at the UEFA headquarters, in Nyon, Switzerland on December 4, 2019. / AFP / Fabrice COFFRINI
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Football needs uncertainty, the head of European football body UEFA said Wednesday, as he criticized the way VAR technology had changed the character of football matches.Aleksander Ceferin said UEFA would propose football's rule-making IFAB make changes to the way the VAR system, officially introduced in 2018, was being implemented, though he did not want to give more details.The use of VAR, where match officials use video replays to check decisions by the referee on the pitch and flag possible mistakes, has been surrounded by controversy over the last few months.Other sources of confusion include the new handball rule and how far back in a move VAR officials should go when checking for infringements.
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