The English Premier League may be told to adopt the International Football Association Board (IFAB)’s VAR protocols, or risk their license being Collected by FIFA.
The new technology continued to cause controversy since its introduction in August and even on New Year’s Day, when Aston Villa had a goal ruled out for offside, with Wesley’s heel adjudged to be offside.
The decision is another in a series of incidents from December, between Liverpool and Wolves when a clear goal was ruled to be offside which has annoyed fans and lovers of the Game.
According to former Sky Sports commentator, Richard Keys, as he stated that FIFA are ready to intervene.
Keys tweeted: “Hearing that FIFA are going to give PL an ultimatum to adopt IFAB VAR protocol.
“At worst they can take the license away and stop them using it.”
The IFAB’s general secretary, Lukas Brud, said last week that officials on the pitch and monitoring cameras, should not become “too forensic” over offsides or any other decisions while the Game us on to avoid getting Bam from FIFA Technical Body.