VAR has been heavily promoted by world football’s governing body FIFA. Reuters/Andrew Boyers
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World Cup coaches expressed a quiet confidence Wednesday about Video Assistant Referee technology ahead of its likely adoption for this year's showpiece event in Russia. Representatives from the 32 teams to have qualified for the World Cup gathered in the Black Sea resort of Sochi for a briefing on how "modern life" was taking over the beautiful game.VAR has been heavily promoted by world football's governing body FIFA, despite its implementation this season in leading leagues such as the German Bundesliga and Italy's Serie A not convincing everyone.Earlier this week, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin said European football's governing body would not introduce VAR in next season's Champions League due to ongoing "confusion" surrounding its use.
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