VAR is here to stay, whether we like it or not!
The controversy over how it was implemented, wavy lines, handball decisions and more continued to be a major topic of discussion throughout the season.
Some clubs and players will feel aggrieved by a number of decisions, but the old adage is “he will balance himself out” during a campaign.
The Sun’s research detailed how the high flight would have ended had VAR not been in play last season.
In the end, did this benefit or prove problematic for Graham Potter’s team on their way to 16th place, or if the video assistants had not been in place, would- did they actually drop?
Pep Guardiola’s men are said to still be Premier League champions, although they finished one point worse without VAR.
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Liverpool slipped into third place after a disappointing title defense but without VAR Jugen Klopp’s men would have finished one place and three points better.
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Without VAR, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side would have finished one place and three points worse – finishing 3rd instead of finalizing.
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Look at Arsenal fans… without VAR your team would have been four points better and be playing Champions League football next season.
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