What They're Saying: Aleksander Ceferin

"For me, it's not only a lack of respect for [UEFA chief refereeing officer] Roberto Rosetti's team and the UEFA organization, but the influence of coaches is huge and if they complain about being refereed they should at least come and see what the experts say about the use of VAR. Now they do not have any excuses, especially the ones that did not even come."

-- Aleksander Ceferin, re-elected as UEFA's president on Thursday, after only five of the 16 teams left in the UEFA Champions League sent coaches to a meeting in Frankfurt on Monday to discuss the use of Video Review. He excused Liverpool, which had an EPL match on Monday night. (BBC Sport)
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