Tottenham and Watford supporters united their voices to protest against VAR during their Premier League clash on Saturday.
The introduction of Video Assistant Referee technology in the Premier League has caused widespread controversy and public outcry this season.
Fans, managers and players have all been left fuming by VAR at times this term but a large majority of supporters appeared to have had enough, with many saying it has turned the beautiful game ugly.
And they made their voices known at Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon as they watched Watford and Tottenham play out a 0-0 draw.
Chants of ‘it’s not football anymore’ and ‘f**k VAR’ were clearly heard from the stands, as fans entertained themselves during a freak three-minute break of play.
The game had to be stopped early in the first-half as it appeared the batteries had ran out in referee Michael Oliver’s microphone headset.
The official went off the field and eventually swapped devices with his fourth official, with a huge cheer erupting from the stands when play eventually got back underway.
You can hear the supporters’ chants, with commentary from Sam Matterface and Stuart Pearce, IN FULL above!
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