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Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin criticises top bosses for failing to attend VAR meeting

Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin has criticised “a lack of respect” from top European bosses after 10 managers did not attend a meeting to discuss the use of video assistant referees (VAR).

Ceferin, 51, said the meeting had been held in Frankfurt on Monday with the 16 coaches of the sides left in the Champions League.

But only bosses from Juventus, Lyon, Paris St-Germain, Roma and Schalke arrived with the other clubs sending “assistants, other staff or even marketing people”.

Ceferin excused Liverpool from attending as they were playing a Premier League match at West Ham on Monday, which ended 1-1 at London Stadium.

 

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