Controversies on Twitter due to the absence of VAR in the Concacaf Qualifier: ‘It smells like tragedy’ – Ten

Of all the regions where a Qualifying on the way to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Confederation of North America, Central America and the Caribbean Football, better known as Concacaf will be the only one that will not use the VAR for their official matches.

Many journalists and expert analysts have questioned this position due to the delay in the Federations to update themselves on the subject of arbitration video.

“And believe it or not … There will be no VAR in the Concacaf Qualifiers. It smells of tragedy,” wrote rapporteur Raoul Ortíz.

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David Faitelson was another of the communicators who spoke out against the fact that they have not approved the system.

“Is there no” VAR “in the Concacaf World Cup qualifiers Welcome, again, to the” third world “of football …”, he wrote.

From Concacaf, only in Mexico and the United States is the VAR used, the rest of the Federations in Central America have not put it into operation.

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