This was reported by IFAB coach David Elleray who had already seen the VAR at Azesta Stadium and Nemesio Diez.
The FIFA envoy, who had several meetings with Bush, said, "It is like a child to decide jointly after being born and walking and ready."
Arturo Brizio, chairman of the arbitration committee, pointed out that there is a VAR for Liguilla, but he would have to send his list of members to IFAB to comply with the Protocol's action.
"If we send a list of judges and games to IFAB next Monday, we will continue, we must comply with the specifications, and we must continue to show the governing body, we are in the process of improvement and this happens automatically" Explained.
"It is not the father's permission, it's a normal problem, we all understand that we have to continue in the game, and we do," he said.
Brizio determined that the VAR would cease to apply, but made it clear that it would have to rely on the equipment owner's support to pay for the technology.