The controversial Video Assistant Referee system that is causing so much confusion and animosity amongst players, coaches and football fans at the moment, is to undergo a major change, in that the initial VAR decision could now be reviewed by a second VAR - the VARVAR.
Several instances have already occurred this season, where players and those watching have been taken aback with incredulity at the strange decisions being made by the VAR.
The Football Association has now decided to have the original reviewing referee's judgement looked at more closely by a second, more senior, and infinitely more competent referee, in order to avoid any shred of a doubt as to just what the hell is going on in football these days.
An FA spokesman, John Corruption, said at FA headquarters at Lancaster Gate, that the new acronym stood for Video Assistant Referee Verification And Review, and not, as many would tend to imagine, Video Assistant Referee Video Assistant Referee.
"That would just be plainly stupid," he said.