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The Premier League is tweaking the rules to keep things competitive – and VAR is staying too

By Christina Philippou, Principal Lecturer, Accounting, Economics and Finance, University of Portsmouth
Another Premier League season of sweat, celebration and despair came to an end on May 19 with Manchester City crowned champions once again. Then, after ten months battling against each other, the 20 teams of English football’s top flight came together on June 6 to discuss their plans for the future.

One of the most anticipated items on the agenda at the private annual general meeting in Harrogate, Yorkshire, was a vote on whether to get rid of the VAR (video assistant referee) system which has proved…The Conversation

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