I think if they sort out the offside and handball laws next season then things with VAR will settle down somewhat, it should only need to be used very rarely in games to be honest. It's only really needed for sorting out dives and for incidents that the referee has missed. However, the referees need to be stronger and apply the laws of the game equally to all teams and that would stop a lot of the problems with it. As I've said to you before, Liverpool had so many offside goals last season because they're given the benefit of the doubt 90% of the time when for most other teams it's about 50% of the time as you'd expect. The media have to take some responsibility for this, there's no need to make a fractionally offside goal or an arguable referee decision a week long yellow ticker drama depending on which team it goes for or against. This is especially true when the coverage depends on who the pundit used to play for, just have good equal educational unbiased coverage for all teams and don't just pander to the teams with the most followers. The press shouldn't have as much control as they do over the way that games are governed. Obviously this is easier said than done, after all when was the last time a pundit said anything about a game when you thought 'I hadn't thought of that, I've learnt something new there', Souness is probably the last pundit who said anything worth listening to. This is probably wishful thinking living in the clickbait, 'have your say' media circus we have now though. Controversy means money for the press after all and they have 24 hour news channels they need to fill. VAR this season is a complete farce but I find it difficult to blame VAR itself for that, I blame the weak referees and the self involved and inept PGMOL. Blaming VAR would be like blaming the referees whistle for a poor decision, it's just a tool at the end of the day being operated by what increasingly seems like a bunch of tools!