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REFS TRAIN WITH VAR AHEAD OF APPROVAL FOR WOMEN’S WORLD CUP

Women’s World Cup referees are undergoing training with VARs in matches over the next two weeks, The Associated Press has learned, paving the way for the FIFA council to approve the use of video reviews at the tournament in France.

FIFA has faced criticism for not committing to using video assistant referees at the June 7-July 7 Women’s

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