The VAR Independent Review Panel was set up at the start of this season; Bojan Miovski's penalty for Aberdeen against St Mirren, the red card shown to Dundee's Josh Mulligan and Amadou Bakayoko's disallowed goal for Dundee against Livingston deemed as errors
By PA Sport
Friday 24 November 2023 11:39, UK
Three decisions have been deemed incorrect by the VAR Independent Review Panel (IRP) following the first 11 cinch Premiership fixtures this season.
Aberdeen striker Bojan Miovski's so-called double-hit penalty against St Mirren and two incidents that went against Dundee were flagged up as mistakes by the panel.
The IRP claimed a red card handed to Dundee midfielder Josh Mulligan and the Tayside club's disallowed goal against Livingston were errors.
There have been 407 VAR checks since the start of the season, 24 of which led to on-field reviews.
The IRP was set up by the governing body ahead of the start of the season, the first full campaign with the video technology in place.
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The panel of former players, managers and coaches is guided by experts on the Laws of the Game and gives an analysis of interventions and non-interventions from VAR.
The 12 Premiership clubs held a meeting with the Scottish FA's referees department on Thursday to review the performance of VAR during the opening round of fixtures.
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Audio of conversations between match officials and the VAR control room was relayed to the club representatives and explanations were given over how some key match incidents were dealt with.
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