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teddyp 8:07 Sat Sep 28
The review system works in Cricket, VAR definitely doesn't in Football This is killing the game Bin this NOW...

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Boycie 10:16 Thu Nov 7
It can work and should work. In rugby the crowd are trusted enough to be involved. In football they treat us like cattle that should not be allowed to see it in case we kick off. They are deliberately fucking it up so people hate it and they say "there we told you it would not work". Football is corrupt

crystal falace 6:36 Thu Nov 7
the chelsea handball was very soft but by the letter of the law was correct as it states something along the lines of if the ball touches the arm of a player that leads to a goal its handball.

I was referencing the Ajax handball for the 2nd penalty where his arm was down by his side, they announced on the broadcast that it had been confirmed his 2nd yellow was for the handball.

VirginiaHam 10:05 Wed Nov 6
Agree on Pulisic, but did the ref review?

The handball hit the Chelsea player's hand, so correct (but stupid) but what was the Ajax player sent off for? 2nd yellow for handball or chirping?

If handball, beyond ridiculous.

crystal falace 3:47 Wed Nov 6
Except they still get decisions very wrong, didnt look like there was any contact on Pulisic for the first penalty, and the handball decision and then to send the guy off was absolutely atrocious

VirginiaHam 3:43 Wed Nov 6
Watched the Chelsea game yesterday. The UEFA version of VAR is far more efficient and quicker because the referee looks a the pitch side monitor.

No faffing with cunts many miles away.

JonWHUFC 3:19 Wed Nov 6
I hate Spurs with a passion but Son did not deserve a red card. VAR in general is not working but is that down to VAR or the clowns who review the decisions?

Northern Sold 2:37 Wed Nov 6
Nope not bothered in the slightest Sven.... I enjoy my sleeping at night.... got far more important things in my life than if a footballer might or might have not got a decision go for him...

Sven Roeder 2:31 Wed Nov 6
I don’t like Spurs. I admit it
I guess that balances up some of the ENEMY WITHIN amongst our ‘support’

What was YOUR opinion on Alli scoring v Watford having handled & then not conceding a pen having punched away a corner?
Not bothered in the slightest it seems

Northern Sold 2:19 Wed Nov 6
Your obsession with Spurs Sven is bordering on insanity… you must go through their games with a fine tooth comb… finding a niggle there…. a hack there… a foul that should have been a yellow… a yellow that should have been a red… it’s an illness like your obsession with Sheffield Shield Cricket and Tennis… let it go Sven son… let it go…

Lee Trundle 1:10 Wed Nov 6
So VAR said it was a red card, and VAR for VAR overturned it?

Have I got that right?

It's a load of old shit.

Sven Roeder 1:06 Wed Nov 6
Northern on again defending his BELOVED SPURS.
No surprise at all

Far Cough 1:05 Wed Nov 6
VAR is fucking shit

Fuck off

ornchurch ammer 12:57 Wed Nov 6
What I find strange about Son's card being rescinded is that the PL issued a statement explaining why the red was given and yet it was still overturned.

Surely with every decision being reviewed now by VAR no future red card should be overturned.

Northern Sold 11:53 Wed Nov 6
Yeah Yeah Yeah Sven.... if you had it your way Spurs games would get abandoned as every single one of their players would be sent off for either:-

a) Cheating
b) Foul Play
c) Eating bagels on the pitch

Change the record...

Sven Roeder 9:02 Wed Nov 6
The red card was given for endangering the safety of a player.
There had been a tussle where Gomes had protected the ball and Son ran into his arm.
Son was enraged and chased him down. He was nowhere near the ball (you couldnt describe it as a tackle) and he hacked him down from behind.
Of course he wasnt to know that Gomes would be SO seriously injured but he had no regard for his safety and it certainly wasnt a genuine attempt at a tackle.
RED CARD should have stood to discourage this sort of deliberate thuggery.

Of course the cunt will now score a couple in the game against us that he should have missed.

Sydney_Iron 5:41 Wed Nov 6
I read today the the red card given to Heung-min Son for that tackle on Andres Gomes has been overturned on review!

So just what the fuck was VAR doing during the game????? It was stopped for long enough after the tackle, 12 mins or something.............

ornchurch ammer 2:59 Tue Oct 29
I take your points Rich but we have to forget about Clear and Obvious. It was a lie on the level with World Class Stadium with World Class Transport Links. Both got the result they wanted.

As for Palace's goal it took over 5 minutes from them scoring to us kicking off again. I timed it because im convinced that, along with VAR's other flaws, that the time taken to review isn't added on at the end.

RichyP 2:49 Tue Oct 29
ornchurch ammer 12:31 Tue Oct 29

I'm still waiting for an offside to be given, proven to be incorrect, that stops a clear goal being scored. What will happen then?

ornchurch, in our home game against Palace Yarmolenko was put through in a great position and was flagged offside and Palace got a free kick. Replays later showed he was well onside but the passage of play was not allowed to continue so we will never know if it would have ended up in a goal, odds on though in the position we were in it would have ended up an opportunity to score.

In contrast Palace score a goal which was flagged offside then it took var 2.5 mins to look at it multiple times to come to the conclusion that he was onside by a toe nail.

I like Nobles idea that there should be a time limit put on the decision. If it takes over 2mins, or even over 1 min, to come to a decision then its not clear and obvious.

crystal falace 2:47 Tue Oct 29

skip to about 1:20 to see Burnley's disallowed goal, surely Evan's should be banned for diving for that!

ornchurch ammer 2:42 Tue Oct 29
Of dear. Que?

Manuel 2:38 Tue Oct 29
I do, you don't. It was never a pen.

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