The commitment between Mexico and Jamaica could be the first to be backed by arbitration technology
the where It will be presented at the end CONCACAF qualificationThe sources confirmed that after the federation achieved that all stadiums have the necessary technology to assist the referee ESPN Digital.
And a source confirmed, “The rest of the match will be played with the help of video technology.”
Since the November commitments, this media has been able to anticipate CONCACAF was conducting studies on the use of VAR technology at the end of the tieCanada currently leads, followed by the United States and Mexico.
The CONCACAF region was one of the three confederations that did not have VAR technology, but it can now boast that all of its stadiums will provide video refereeing for the last matches that will determine the qualifications for Qatar 2022.
In the absence of an official announcement, Mediapro, which also operates VAR technology in Mexico, will be responsible for equipping stadiums with the technology., which will help sirens make better decisions.
The implementation of the video assistant referee has been one of the requests of the Mexican clubs, due to the intensity of the dispute over the obligations of the elimination of the region.
Even before this decision, only the United States, Canada and Mexico had VAR technology, while the rest of the consortia did not have the technology or personnel trained to implement the technology.
Mexico has opened the next round of Concacaf’s Octagonal competition during its visit to Jamaica. There, VAR technology will be able to make its debut in canceling the region towards Qatar 2022.
The associations that will use the technology for the first time are El Salvador, Jamaica, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama, which are seeking to make more fair decisions at the end of the Qatar 2022 match.
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