The video evidence has again come under criticism. Now, of all people, a man who previously viewed the system with the greatest skepticism is changing his mind: Ex-Managing Director Rudi Völler.
Per video evidence: The attitude of the outgoing managing director of Bayer Leverkusen, Rudi Völler, has obviously changed compared to the video evidence. In an interview with the German Press Agency, the 62-year-old emphasizes: “In the beginning I was still against the video evidence. Now I can’t even imagine that he’s gone.”
“Mood killer”: Völler described the video evidence in the initial phase as a “mood killer” and said: “I also long for the time before the video evidence. It’s like many things: once you’ve got them, you can’t get rid of them,” reports t-online.
Lots of changes: In general, football has changed and modernized a lot in recent years. “There were other changes that were good for football. It was high time that the away goals rule was abolished. The five substitutions are also a good thing. I hope they stay,” says Völler.
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