Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino would like to postpone that the use of video assistant referees (VAR) from the premierleague before system is significantly more improved.
VAR has been set to be introduced at the English top flight and also the Champions League next season after getting found in a few national cup matches this period.
Spurs lead Chelsea 1-0 following the Carabao Cup semi-final first-leg thanks to a penalty awarded using VAR.
“Watching every single game in Europe today, nobody is happy,” Pochettino said.
“I promise you, no one! What worries me somewhat is that there was certainly going to be described as a situation where football starts to frighten fans.
“This firm is so crucial and our fans – football fans – needs to be happy. Should you stop for five full minutes for a decision, I don’t understand how they are likely to behave.”
However, Pochettino said following the first-leg victory via a Harry Kane punishment at Wembley he was”miserable to triumph just like this”.
“For me, I think that it’s a good idea to delay because if we do not have the advice and also do not understand how it does work or exactly how we can develop the device, it’s preferable to prevent for one year or longer,” added the Argentine.
“The Premier League today is the best spectacle on the planet, maybe with the NFL or NBA at America. But certainly it’s the better series in Europe or at football.
“So we need to be careful how we build up this system and how we utilize it.”