Yeah, that's the easiest solution, isn't it? We should only introduce technology when it can be fully automated. VAR only gives us more officials to be angry at. Funnily enough, that one time Hawk-Eye failed, the anger wasn't directed at the technology, but rather at VAR for not intervening (why didn't they? ).I would love to see VAR stopped. It is ruining the game. The joy has been taken away.
So what if we scrapped VAR, but let the managers get the possibility of one video review by the ref per game? No VAR involved, only the ref having a look at the screen. That would give a more tactical side to it as well. Klopp would probably use his within the first 5 minutes, then at the very end when the ref misses an obvious handball in their box, he only got himself to blame
And of course, if the manager gets a yellow, he'll lose his video review right.