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"I'm a fan of using VAR and I think there was always going to be teething problems with rolling it out. I just think everybody is hoping those will be resolved by the time the World Cup comes around. I think it will work because it has happened in other sports, but what needs to be sorted quickly is informing the fans in the ground what is happening. With rugby fans, they can see what the officials are looking at and hear the referees, so it is the frustration of waiting and not knowing what is going on which is causing problems. There aren't screens in most football stadiums so it is going to be a difficult one. The other option is putting microphones on the referees but that isn't possible at the moment because of players swearing. It is about making it a spectacle for the fans in the stadium. This is just the start of it and everyone needs to be patient, but at the same time fans need to be informed and entertained. The key is trying to find a way of using it to enhance the spectacle. With rugby and tennis it adds to the drama and the fans have got used to it. However, when they had teething problems the fans were communicated to so they knew what was going on."