By Vincent Andrew-roberts For Mailonline
Published: 00:32 BST, 1 April 2018 | Updated: 00:37 BST, 1 April 2018
Stars scoring VAR goals at the World Cup will celebrate in special designated areas in a radical decision set to be announced by FIFA.
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One complaint by players and fans is over the wait to discover whether goals have been awarded. The widely-held view of players is that the delay takes the energy and enthusiasm out of their celebrations.
Players scoring a VAR-affected goal will be able to mark their strikes in a 'celebration area'
Now FIFA are ready to confirm controversial plans to allow players to mark any VAR awarded goals in a special 'celebration zone' after a successful trial at CSKA Moscow's stadium this season.
The areas - similar to the size of the manager's technical area and big enough to fit all 11 players - will be drawn out beside each goal.
Once a goal has been awarded, the referee will signal for the