Other fans supported the call however, saying it was about time the Premier League adopted the technology.
VAR was used at the World Cup this summer, while the technology is now being used in La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga.
Whilst some will go for us and some against, it should hopefully start to have an impact on the growing instances of cheating.
The Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A are already using VAR, which allows disputed incidents to be reviewed with the use of video replays, and the technology was used at the World Cup in Russian Federation this year.
The Premier League will now make a formal request to the International Football Association Board and Fifa.
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Never very quick off the mark when it comes to moving the game along in the right direction, Thursday is expected to see the Premier League finally back the use of VAR.
"The decision to include VAR was only made on September 26 and that has meant a tremendous amount of work has been required to ensure that it can play a role at the tournament from the quarterfinal stages", AFC general secretary Dato' Windsor John said.
The 20th club, who voted neither in favour nor against the change, was not named.
Most of the major European leagues continue to place their deadline around August 31, but England's top flight opted to switch for the current campaign.
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