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      Keith Singleton
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1587: Nov 28, 2022 01:33:05 pm
      Watching the Korea Rep v Ghana. Can anyone educate  me why that goal was allowed? Fcuked if I know anymore.  :f_doh:
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1588: Nov 30, 2022 07:40:18 pm
      There you see var at its finest fckin shocking to give a pen for that
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1589: Nov 30, 2022 08:53:31 pm
      There you see var at its finest fckin shocking to give a pen for that




      I assume mate your on about Poland V Argies, if so, what the f**k was the keeper supposed to do with his hand, he’s flying thru the air to reach the ball, he’s not watching where Messi is, he’s watching the f***in ball, gets enough of a glove on it to push away and ‘accidentally’ brushes Messi’s mush, the ref bottled it when his wee mate in the VAR box told him to take another look, on the monitor, f***in joke decision !!!!

      Karma tho when the wee ginger cnut missed 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 W⚓️
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1590: Dec 01, 2022 11:51:12 pm
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      Watching the Korea Rep v Ghana. Can anyone educate  me why that goal was allowed?

      There was nothing wrong with it. Even Taylor couldn't get that wrong.

      Lots of talk these days that when a ref on the pitch makes a mistake, players accept it. 60 years on and no German accepts that ball crossed the line in the WC final. They probably won't accept that the ball didn't cross the line in Japan v Spain either, but it's the second time in 2 WC tournaments that a VAR call has put them out at the group stage. Millimetres matter and make the difference at the highest level of the sport, so that justice is done.
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1591: Dec 02, 2022 12:35:47 pm
      Spain V Japan:
      There isn't the technology at the World Cup which could show 100% that the ball had/hadn't crossed the line. Just because there is a frame
       (presumably at 24FPS) that shows the defenders foot in contact with the ball with a slither of the circumference of the ball aligned with the line that doesn't guarantee that the ball went back towards the field of play in that frame. And because it's nigh on impossible to know, the ref's original call can't be a clear and obvious error.
      Also last night in Germany V Costa Rica there was an incident were the ball crossed the line a good foot and a half and yet wasn't seen by the officials.

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