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Soon, Howard Webb will embark on a mission to improve the match-day experience for Premier League spectators by improving VAR.Information Guide Nigeria

Supporters can then be given this knowledge to clarify pivotal choices. However, VAR detractors believe that these discussions should be made public when decisions are being made on the field.

Webb said: “I think where work needs to happen is to make VAR more accessible. In the USA, there is a culture of technology being used in sport to help officials get decisions right and I’ll need time to see how things happen in England.

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“We have meetings every two weeks, when we get all of our broadcasters and writers onto a call and talk about things like VAR. We’ll let them hear the conversation between the officials. They can see the workings behind it – and that’s really beneficial.JAMB Result

“Can we go further? Well, there are conversations taking place about what can be done to improve communication. I’m onboard with that because if fans don’t know what is happening then they automatically reject it. If you show people what’s happening and why, they might not always agree with the final decision, but at least they’re more willing to accept it.”

But the former South Yorkshire Police officer warns that human error will always be part of the game despite the new ideas and growing use of technology. He said: “The more you can draw the curtain back and humanise officials, the better I think it will be.

“Some decisions are black or white. But a lot of the game is played in this grey zone, where there is subjectivity. VAR has been a really good addition to the game in terms of cutting out those clear and obvious errors.

“But we have to manage expectations here to say, ‘look, it’s not gonna give you the definitive answer.‘ Even the person in the VAR booth still makes a judgement based on what they’ve seen and what they feel and think as a human being.”

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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