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"There is no time limit for the review process as accuracy is more important than speed" -IFAB Any match changing decisions/incidents reviewable by VAR can be reviewed even after the restart. So because the handball happened prior to the referee blowing for full-time it's allowed for VAR to check the incident. https://www.theifab.com/laws/chapter/...


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Law 5 answers this directly. Section 2, Decisions of the Referee provides that The referee may not change a restart decision on realising that it is incorrect or on the advice of another match official if play has restarted or the referee has signalled the end of the first or second half (including extra time) and left the field of play or abandoned the ...


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This has happened before. Liverpool won the champions league in 2004-05 season, but finished 5th in the EPL. They were given an exemption by UEFA and added to the first round of the qualifying rounds. They managed to go through all qualification rounds and made it to the tournament that year. UEFA later decided to allow the champions direct berth to the ...


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Opening less stands is cost effective and requires less staff being exposed to possible infections. Also watching fans in fewer stands is easier for the security staff. The limits are not just for distancing on the stands. In fact, the stands are the least of the problems they have. When the fans are all seated they don't pose much of a threat to their ...


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