According to club president Karren Brady, the Premier League has already agreed to a West Ham demand before its upcoming meeting.
Regarding the usage of VAR in their games, West Ham is still incensed with the Premier League and the referees.
A highly dubious VAR decision cost the Hammers what would have been three points against Nottingham Forest.
And West Ham was denied a point at the penultimate minute in the disaster at Chelsea last Saturday.
The decision to overturn Maxwel Cornet’s equaliser has been called the worst VAR ruling since the system’s inception and a “disgrace.”
In the aftermath of the incident at Stamford Bridge, experts and supporters have demanded that VAR be eliminated or its usage restricted.
Karren Brady, vice-chairman of the Hammers, has made a strong statement on the topic in her most recent Sun piece.
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Brady won’t allow the issue go unattended and is demanding that steps be done to examine the usage of VAR.
And according to club president Brady, the Premier League has already agreed to West Ham United’s desire before the next meeting.
Brady told The Sun, “At West Ham, we are still upset over the VAR nonsense that lost us a point at Stamford Bridge last Saturday.
“VAR and referee standards are so important that I urged the Premier League include them on their next agenda.
But that is the sneaking strength of many a zoom system, like disguised warriors seizing alien territory. However, there is still reason to believe that sport’s governing organisations will stop relying on such simple solutions.
“This is the reason the Prem immediately decided to add the matter to the agenda of their upcoming meeting.
“When clubs are robbed of points by egregiously incorrect judgements, the greatest levels of football are being damaged.”
We can only hope that those in charge of the game will get the message and restrict the usage and impact of VAR.
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