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VAR “kills the joy of the game” according to Thierry Henry

Le WAS”kill the joy of the game“. The exit is signed Thierry Henry. The former French international spoke on Wednesday during the “Leaders Week sport business” which brings together more than 3,000 of the highest leaders of the world sports industry (September 26 to 29). in London.) The Arsenal legend clarified that he has nothing against technology in general, but was upset with the loss of time during viewings, compared to other sports.

The 45-year-old further believes that VAR creates new controversies over refereeing decisions instead of reducing them. “In football we are always behind, we have so much to learnhe regretted. What I can see in American football, rugby, cricket, tennis is that (the decisions) are instantaneous“.

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Today consultant on Prime Video and assistant coach of the Belgian team, Thierry Henry wanted to be more precise: “What annoys me with VAR is that it’s not fast enough. Then it’s always someone’s decision in a truck or whatever, because it’s not the VAR that decides. The VAR only reminds the situation“.

Finally, calling on VAR prevents any spontaneous celebration in the event of a goal, according to the historic Arsenal striker: now “after scoring, you don’t even know if you should jump for joy. Am I jumping? Am I partying? Am I not partying? It kills the joy of the game” he lamented.

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