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Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter leaves the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after being heard in the arbitration procedure involving him and FIFA in Lausanne, Switzerland, August 25, 2016. REUTERS:Pierre Albouy Picture Supplied by Action Images

Ex-FIFA supremo Sepp Blatter claims VAR is failing

The 82-year-old Swiss believes FIFA should be using only one VAR "judge" to make sure that decisions are more consistent throughout the World Cup.

World Cup: Football fans in Lagos applaud use of goal line technology

Some football fans at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere Viewing Center, organised by the Lagos State Government on Saturday expressed satisfaction over the use of the goal line technology.

Spain’s Diego Costa first player to be awarded World Cup goal through VAR

Diego Costa’s equaliser for Spain against Portugal on Friday was the first time a World Cup goal was awarded after a review from the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).

French league ends goal-line technology contract

The French league have ended their contract with German company GoalControl after a series of problems with its goal-line technology.

NFF urged to facilitate deployment of goal line technology to Nigerian leagues

Former Green Eagles goalkeeper Emmanuel Okala has urged the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to ensure the introduction of goal line technology (GLT) to Nigerian football in the current 2017/2018 league season.

Goal-line technology ‘unaffordable’ for Scottish Premiership

The Scottish Professional Football League has no plans to introduce goal-line technology, saying that the cost is prohibitive.

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