The Nigeria Referees Association has revealed plans to introduce Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in the 2023-24 Nigeria Professional Football League season.
President of the NRA, Sanni Zubair, disclosed this during a chat with the media.
Zubair opined that the introduction of VAR would aid the performance of referees during games.
He added that the association is working closely with the NPFL broadcast partner to achieve the goal.
Zubair, a retired FIFA-badged referee, is optimistic of improved officiating in the upcoming season.
The new season will kick-off on September 9, with Shooting Stars versus Plateau United tie at the Lekan Salami Stadium, Ibadan.
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