Premier League clubs are set to vote on the potential elimination of Video Assistant Referee (VAR) this Thursday.

The clubs are slated to gather for their annual convention. Wolves are spearheading the vote after experiencing multiple instances of perceived injustice.

During the 2023/2024 season, VAR made several notable mistakes, such as failing to award a legitimate goal for Liverpool against Tottenham, which was later proven to be onside.

The introduction of VAR before the 2019/2020 season remains a contentious issue, as it continues to divide opinions.

For the proposal to be altered, it requires approval from at least 14 out of the 20 clubs. However, according to the UK Mirror, Wolves are unlikely to come close to the necessary number of votes, meaning VAR is likely to remain in place.

Source: Blackgh.com

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