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05 Jan 2024 13:27:14
I. Personally don't see anything wrong with VAR as a new technology. It is the people who are using the system that are at fault or not up to it.
Remember when computers came on the scene? People were blaming the computer when things went wrong when it fact it was the people entering the data that were at fault.

Craig Pawson I believe was the VAR official last night. I don't think anymore needs to be said. This is an ideal time where the game needs ex players to be match officials.

Looking at it now it's more a question of opinion. The time taken at times to come to a decision say whether to allow a goal or not, I sometime think they spend the time to find a way to disallow a goal rather than a reason to allow it, depending which teams are on the pitch.
Consistency and common sense has now gone from the game.

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05 Jan 2024 14:04:24
It’s the constant stopping and starting that gets on my nerves. This is not American football. The ref didn’t give a fowl, get on with it.

05 Jan 2024 14:22:06
All valid points Brian. Never been a fan of VAR the technology is there but poorly used and as you rightly said all based on opinions which is where shouldn't intervene and should if going be used involve the club captains or management to be given a review say 2or 3 a game. The guys in the studio shouldn't be involved and monitors camera angles on teams dugout so the team can ask for a review or player's on field via the captain only.

05 Jan 2024 17:25:19
Maybe we should give them the bird, Harlex.

05 Jan 2024 18:06:44
Just get shut and let’s get back to watching and talking about football, instead of constantly talking about bloody VAR.

05 Jan 2024 18:22:55
VAR would be better if both managers have 3 var checks, so for example:A goal is scored and the manager thinks there was an off side or a foul. the manager can use one of his 3 var checks. Then he had 2 var checks left ?‍♂️.

05 Jan 2024 18:38:08
It's going to look worse when slowed down but the DCl one was most likely given because of the studs up which although I don't agree with it will be there argument that its the rules.
The Beto penalty on the other hand would be a penalty if it was slowed down and looked at. The player had his arms wrapped around Beto (an unnatural positon) when Beto had his back to goal, in the time it took Beto to turn and try and run for the ball the player has his arms around him the whole time. That is impeding a player also with your arms in an unnatural position all day long.
The lack of angles from Var to show how much contact Was made is a joke.
In my opinion the ref if he goes to the screen should be able to control the replay and view and from that point Stockley Park should relinquish control and opinion on the decision.

05 Jan 2024 18:58:03
So 6 stops every game!

05 Jan 2024 19:05:03
There’s nothing wrong with VAR, it’s the application of it that’s failing us all. Red cards often ruin games surely erring on the side of caution and therefore issuing fewer red cards is better for the game?

05 Jan 2024 21:16:06
No no no, stop slowing the game down. Just feckin bin it!

05 Jan 2024 23:57:23
It’s still got me clucking angry dfs.

06 Jan 2024 07:18:37
No fowl no game.



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