Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke is in favor of a reform of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system.
“Video evidence kills spontaneous emotions,” Watzke, who can also be chairman of the supervisory board of the German Football League (DFL), advised the Ruhr Nachrichten newspaper on Saturday.
“When VAR, unlike goal line technology, is unable to make decisions in a short time, players have to wait three or four minutes.”
The Bundesliga has had a number of VAR controversies this season, however the English Premier League has seen much more.
“Some choices take too lengthy. Being glad or indignant once more after 4 minutes shouldn’t be the proper factor. We should take critically when individuals say that is now not our soccer,” added Watzke.
He additionally believes that the “confusion with the handball rule” additionally must be resolved.
“The guidelines are actually interpreted otherwise at every stage. It was once so easy: the query was at all times whether or not it was intentional or not. It was truly the proper method.”