Crystal Palace fans: Should your club vote to scrap VAR?

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On Wednesday, The Athletic revealed that Premier League clubs are set to hold a vote at their annual general meeting next month on a proposal to abolish the video assistant referee (VAR) system from the start of next season.

VAR has been used in the English top-flight since 2019, helping improve decision making but also generating persistent controversy.

A resolution has now been formally submitted to the Premier League by Wolverhampton Wanderers calling for VAR to be scrapped this summer — and that will trigger a vote when representatives of the 20 clubs assemble for their yearly gathering, in Harrogate on June 6.

Premier League clubs have a constitutional right to put forward rule changes, with any proposal needing a two thirds (14-6) majority to pass.

We’re asking every club’s subscribers how they would like their team to vote. Give your decision in the poll below and explain your position in the comments.

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