Premier League table without VAR gallery – How Leeds United, Aston Villa and Everton are impacted
What the current Premier League table would look like if VAR hadn’t been used so far in the 2022/23 campaign, and how Leeds United would fare.
It’s safe to say that video assistant referees have had a big impact on Leeds United in the early months of the Premier League season – and they’re far from the only ones with good reason to feel exasperated by the use of technology.
The introduction of VAR has raised many talking points over the past two seasons and has caused frustration and annoyance in equal measure. There have been a number of occasions throughout the current campaign where Jesse Marsch and his players have come out on the wrong end of a call as the on-field official takes advice from those at Stocksley Park.
After their dramatic loss to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, Los Blancos are currently two points and three places clear of the Premier League relegation zone – but how would their results and league position be affected if the video assistant referees didn’t have not been introduced?
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