The 2018 Fifa World Cup has come and gone but the events over the last month will live long in the memory of those who enjoyed all the action.
The VAR system has made its debut at the 2018 Fifa World Cup and there has been no shortage of controversy with 15 formal incidents being reviewed thus far. FourFourTwo South Africa analyses its success.
Interim head-coach Fernando Hierro admits Spain was lucky to top Group B after a VAR-assisted equaliser earned the 2010 World Cup winners a 2-2 draw with Morocco.
Russia 2018 has broken the record for the most penalties awarded in a World Cup, with VAR continuing to dominate the debate.
Sweden needed a second-half penalty, given after a VAR consultation, to edge past South Korea and move joint top of Group F.
It may only be day four at the World Cup, but we have already been provided with entertainment of the highest order. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Roma president James Pallotta did not hide his feelings following Roma’s Champions League semi-final loss against Liverpool, taking aim at the officials.
The VAR system will continue to be trialled in England next season after Premier League clubs voted against its full implementation.
After Real Madrid were awarded a controversial stoppage-time penalty by Michael Oliver in their quarter-final Champions League clash against Juventus, many enraged football fans have called for VAR’s immediate implementation, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
After watching Paris Saint-Germain benefit from VAR in last Saturday’s Coupe de la Ligue final, AS Monaco striker Radamel Falcao revealed that he believes that the technology could ‘kill football’.