Medina Cantalejo was a fine referee in his day and replaces another solid match official, Velasco Carballo as head of the Spanish referee board.
If he had the courage to do so and felt confident in his judgement, Velasco Carballo - the man responsible for LaLiga's VAR - would do well to organise an instructive session.
Alfredo Relaño looks at the new Laws of the Game brought in by the IFAB since David Elleray took over along with the problems caused by the VAR.
Alfredo Relaño discusses the controversy being generated by VAR.
A reflection on the very poor standard of refereeing that was seen in the games involving LaLiga's big two clubs, against Osasuna and Betis.
You can understand why Hernández Hernández allowed Lenglet's kick on Varane go without punishment, something covered extensively by AS after the game.
Alfredo Relaño looks at the various changes that have been made to the 17 "old, wise" laws originally put in place by Stanley Rous.
VAR's first year in Spain, which Spanish refereeing chiefs offered a public review of yesterday, has seen its fair share of controversy...
Last night's Copa del Rey clash was a delight to watch, a classic full blooded cup tie. Betis went two goals ahead against a Valencia side who reused to roll over ended up securing a creditable 2-2 draw.
VAR has successfully corrected 59 decisions: 59 bad calls from which, were it not for the system, there'd have been no going back...
For anyone interested in how VAR is working, I'd advise you to take time to reflect carefully on the words of Velasco Carballo, the man responsible for the system in LaLiga.
Alfredo Relaño considers the effects of the VAR system as LaLiga passes the halfway stage with voices raising concern over when it is being used.
The general feeling in Spanish football is that VAR has improved the game. Now the referee has a safety net and can view incidents more clearly, writes Alfredo Relaño.
Alfredo Relaño considered how former referee Velasco Carballo has installed a new level of transparency with a review on how VAR is working in LaLiga.
We are already eight matchdays into LaLiga, a total of 79 games, and it seems like a good time to reflect on the impact of VAR's introduction.
The Spanish football season officially kicks off tonight (or does it?) with a Super Cup not short on novelty...
Ramos, Busquets and Isco back for the dress rehearsal that awaits us in the city of Krasnodar, within a fantastic stadium which was described to me as 'a futuristic Roman circus'.
As I’m sure we’re all aware, we’ll have VAR at this summer’s World Cup finals then following that in LaLiga
Now there's a certain level of harmony between the Spanish Football Federation and LaLiga, the video assistant referee system is appearing on the horizon...
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