RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next France 0-2 Spain: David Silva and Gerard Deulofeu score... Video technology may be used in next season's Community... FIFA are hoping to use video assistant referees at World Cup... Premier League have no plans to bring in Video Assistant... Share this article Share 546 shares But despite the maplestory2 mesos latest successful usage of VAR technology, it would not be seen in the Premier League until after IFAB, the game's lawmakers, complete their ongoing two-year trial.
It means that the earliest we could see VAR decisions in the English top-flight is the beginning of the 2018-19 campaign and this isn't set to be brought forward.However, there is a possibility we could see it in the FA Cup from the third round next season, with the Football Association taking a keen interest. EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey has also indicated that VAR technology could be used from the first round of the EFL Cup next season.Speaking at the SportsPro Live conference at Wembley on Wednesday, he said: 'As part of a trial the board will consider allowing the EFL Cup to be utilised.
'There are a number of rounds of the EFL Cup prior to that (the FA Cup third round).'Theoretically it could happen from the first round of the EFL Cup, which would be a team no higher than the Championship down to League Two.' Laurent Koscielny awaits the call of the assistant referee after Deulofeu saw his goal ruled out TV replays concluded Deulofeu was standing onside before going on to score the second goal Referee Felix Zwayer points for a free-kick after the goal of Griezmann is disallowedThe German Bundesliga is set to introduce video technology from the start of the 2017-18 season and FIFA president Gianni Infantino is keen for it to be in place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The Premier League is conducting regular trials in a non-live environment under the mmogdp supervision of the International Football Association Board (IFAB), the body that determines the laws of the game.Mike Riley, the managing director of Professional Game Match Officials Limited, who provide officials for all Premier League games, said recently: '