Infantino speaks during the 42nd ordinary UEFA congress in Bratislava. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)
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FIFA President Gianni Infantino has not had any second thoughts about using video assistant referees at this year's World Cup, he told Reuters Monday, despite recent controversies involving the new technology. His UEFA counterpart Aleksander Ceferin said, however, that the system would not be used in next season's Champions League.Football's law-making body IFAB is expected to decide Saturday whether to authorize its use on a permanent basis and Infantino has said that, if VAR is approved, FIFA will use it at this year's World Cup.Infantino added that controversy was part and parcel of Serie A – with or without VAR.
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