To kick off his new role, Patrice Evra looked back and ranked some of the most unfair moments in the Premier League's 30-year history.
5 - Steven Gerrard's Slip v Chelsea (2014)
"I'm smiling because this is such a great memory. It was when Steven Gerrard slipped. The best part of it was before that game he said 'no more slips' and he slipped. That's why I've picked this as number five, it wasn't that unfair, it was just destiny."
4 - Sunderland's Beach Ball Goal (2009)
"This was unfair because you can't have a beach ball on the pitch when you have an important game like this. Darren Bent scored that goal and I call that an unfair moment."
3 - Pedro Mendes' 'goal' v Man United (2005)
"This was unfair because the ball crossed the line. Pedro Mendes scored that goal, it crossed the line, but VAR didn't exist at the time, so they said no goal and it should have been allowed."
2 - Liverpool celebrate title win with no fans (2020)
"This was unfair for Liverpool, because they couldn't celebrate in front of their fans. They waited 30 years to win the league again. It was unfair for the Liverpool fans, even if inside I was happy that they couldn't properly celebrate in front of their fans."
1 - Lasagne-gate: Tottenham v West Ham (2006)
"It was a sad day for Tottenham, they couldn't do anything about it because some of their players got food poisoning and it was an important game against West Ham and they didn't quite reach qualification for the Champions League because of it. That's why I say that is my top unfair moment in football, this is a real one."
Fergie time a myth, says Evra
During his career, Evra was a key player in a Manchester United side that had many legendary moments on the pitch, and the occasional time when there were some questionable decisions according to opposition fans.
Speaking to Betfair, Evra remembers their famous 4-3 win over Manchester City, where Michael Owen scored the winner in the 96th minute, two minutes more than what the fourth officials board had suggested.
"Michael Owen's goal against City got people talking about Fergie time, and that wasn't an unfair moment.
Before a game started, Sir Alex Ferguson was always on the touchline with his watch, so he made sure he got the real time.
I think in that game someone got an injury and took 6 minutes, then Michael Owen scored that goal. I remember it was a great first touch, great finish and what a game. By the way, I got two assists. I don't call that an unfair moment."
VAR is 'toxic' for football
So far in the Premier League this season there have been a number of questionable decisions where fans have been highly critical of the technology involved, and Patrice Evra told Betfair VAR has to change.
"Does VAR improve the game? No. It was brought in to improve the game and it's getting worse and worse with VAR. We are making some crazy decisions.
It's not VAR that's the problem, it's the person looking at it. The VAR should be controlled by ex-players because they know the game.
If you put someone in the room that has never played the game they aren't going to see it the same way.
I'm begging the Premier League to stop copying American sports. We added goal line technology which was perfect. But VAR it's just not for us. We copy everything.
We've now got the hall of fame, we're not the NBA. I hope we are going to try and get rid of it. It's toxic for football.
You can't celebrate now. You can see when a player scores the first thing they do is wait and then the ref stops the game. It's toxic for football and we need to get rid of it, simple as that."