The referee made a big mistake in the match of Manchester City in the Champions League yesterday. Borussia Dortmund's Jude Bellingham City goalkeeper Ederson was fouled by the referee before the ball went into the net. Later in the replay it was seen that there was no foul. But the video assistant referee could not change the decision as he played the flute before the ball went into the net.Yesterday the referee waited until the ball went into the net. Julian Drexler scored in the 12th minute of the Bayern Munich-PSG match after receiving the ball from Killian Mbappe. The referee blew the whistle offside after the ball was evaded by Manuel Neuer. Desperate Drexler thought VAR would bring a smile back to his face. But after waiting for some time, VARO has maintained its decision.
FIFA is not willing to wait for anyone else like this. He wants to bring something new in the offside rules in the next World Cup. FIFA plans to bring in technology to let the linesman know what happened offside during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.The use of technology in football is increasing day by day. In such a situation, the decision not to keep goal line technology and VAR in the World Cup qualifiers is being questioned for this reason. Meanwhile, FIFA said, and they do not want to rely on the linesman. Instead, to avoid controversy, technology will now inform linesmen and officials offside. This will not be a waste of time to know what VAR is saying.
Arsenal's legendary coach Arsene Wenger is now in a much bigger responsibility. He is now the head of FIFA's development program. This Frenchman is looking for different ways to improve the game as much as possible. The offside debate has been going on since the first day of football. Even VAR technology has not been able to stop this debate. Because, even in VAR technology, a referee makes all the important decisions.The International Football Association Board (IFAB) said last month it was examining offside rules. And wants to use technology to see if the long wait for VAR can be reduced. The IFAB reported a semi-automatic offside decision using technology.Wenger, however, wants to see the full use of technology, not ‘half’. Want to see a technology that will tell the official directly what happened offside. Current goal line technology such as directly informs the referee whether the ball has crossed the goal line."I think the automatic offside will be ready by 2022," Wenger told The Times. I am trying hard to turn on automatic offside decisions. As a result, the message will reach the linesman immediately after the incident.Many people are currently dissatisfied with VAR. Whether it has been offside in the case of ordinary goals, it is seen. It often takes two-three minutes to see and inform. And if the decision is a little troublesome, the game is sometimes stopped for five minutes. VAR is accused of taking the life of a game as fast as football.Wenger also expressed his concern, "We have to wait an average of 60 seconds now. Sometimes 1 minute 20 seconds. This is very important. Because, it turns out, a lot of celebrations are wasted because of the difference. 'The goal celebration of the footballers has to be done in Royce now. Many people are waiting for the decision of the referee even after scoring a goal. Again, many people will rejoice but after a while they will drown in despair. In this situation, even legends like Marco von Basten were annoyed and asked to give up the offside rule.FIFA does not believe in such excesses. They are therefore trying to resolve the issue as much as possible within the current rules. Attempts to call automatic offside from this thought. With the 2018 World Cup, VAR has taken place in football. Let's see if this new offside technology can take place with the Qatar World Cup.