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Kalyan Chaubey, President of AIFF, Assesses the Potential for Introducing a “Additional Video Review System in India”

<p>To investigate the prospect of India taking part in the trial of the “Additional Video Review System,” the All India Football Federation (AIFF) has written to the International Bureau of Standards (IFAB).</p>
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<p>The goal of AIFF President Kalyan Chaubey’s advice is to take into account expanding the current technological setup to allow referees to seek “on-demand” video reviews via a multi-angle, multi-camera broadcast feed.</p>
<p>“Our primary goal is to lower the margin of error by equipping match officials with the technology to support their decision-making,” said Kalyan Chaubey. Although we’ll keep working to adopt VAR, I think AVRS may be a terrific starting point for a nation like India. AVRS would assist us in researching the effects of the technology, educating our match officials on the novel idea, and gauging how well players, coaches, and clubs have adapted to it.</p>
<p>Due to the infrastructure and funding criteria outlined in FIFA’s Implementation Assistance and Approval Programme (IAAP), the widespread implementation of VAR is currently restricted. Currently, only about 30% of the 211 football-playing nations—mostly in South America and Europe—have subscriptions for Video Assistant Referee (VAR) for either whole domestic seasons or certain phases.</p>
<p>Kalyan Chaubey has recommended that the AIFF Referee Department carry out the investigation in order to get FIFA’s permission and recommendations.</p>

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