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      CT_LFC
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1125: Apr 10, 2021 07:45:17 pm
      Where is that tw*t that always lauds how great VAR is

      That guy must be on someone’s payroll because the way he defends such a shitty use of the system is unexplainable.
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1126: Apr 10, 2021 10:52:39 pm
      Where is that tw*t that always lauds how great VAR is
      Stockley Park?
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1127: Apr 11, 2021 01:05:10 am
      Where is that tw*t that always lauds how great VAR is

      Wherever Fergie is, coming up with new ways to screw us!!
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1128: Apr 11, 2021 08:28:17 am
      Wherever Fergie is, coming up with new ways to screw us!!

       :lmao: :lmao: Your just paranoid  :lmao: :lmao:
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      Reply #1129: Apr 11, 2021 05:09:04 pm
      FUCK OFF.. Another f**king VAR joke  :f_steam:
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1130: Apr 11, 2021 05:19:19 pm
      FUCK OFF.. Another f**king VAR joke  :f_steam:


      Worked perfectly there  ;D
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1131: Apr 11, 2021 05:34:36 pm
      FUCK OFF.. Another f**king VAR joke  :f_steam:

      Embarrassing decision in all honesty, Son went down like was he shot, seems to be learning from Kane!!
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      Reply #1132: Apr 11, 2021 05:37:20 pm
      Embarrassing decision in all honesty, Son went down like was he shot, seems to be learning from Kane!!

      Well VAR consistent for getting wrong again HR  :f_doh:
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      Reply #1133: Apr 11, 2021 05:40:23 pm
      Well VAR consistent for getting wrong again HR  :f_doh:

      Standard now Keith for VAR to make at least one joke decision per game resulting in a disallowed goal.
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      Reply #1134: Apr 12, 2021 02:52:21 pm
      It's sickening how VAR is being allowed to continue to ruining our great game.     

       I remember how shocked we were when cheating and diving was introduced here from the continent. Today we are now world leaders at it and is actually part of training!  VAR is yet another tool which is being allowed to further dismantle the game when it could be used to send off those who clearly dive or cheat. ( until you see the Son incident which promoted it!).   

                     
      I'm truly amazed it's actually being allowed to happen. Every week we see ex professional footballers on TV left scratching their heads in dismay....yet it continues unchallenged. The good old days have all but gone.
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      Reply #1135: Apr 12, 2021 04:08:57 pm
      It's sickening how VAR is being allowed to continue to ruining our great game.     

       I remember how shocked we were when cheating and diving was introduced here from the continent. Today we are now world leaders at it and is actually part of training!  VAR is yet another tool which is being allowed to further dismantle the game when it could be used to send off those who clearly dive or cheat. ( until you see the Son incident which promoted it!).   

                     
      I'm truly amazed it's actually being allowed to happen. Every week we see ex professional footballers on TV left scratching their heads in dismay....yet it continues unchallenged. The good old days have all but gone.

      As has been said it’s all about interpretation, even tho the technology of VAR was meant to rule out erroneous decisions/interpretations of in game incidents.
      One individual passes judgement rightly or wrongly on VAR images, completely by-passing the very reason the technology was implemented.

      Like so much FA reasoning you could not make it up!
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1136: Apr 13, 2021 12:04:21 pm
      Anyone catch the west brom goal yesterday? They decided after about 5 minutes that it was offside after not having a good enough camera angle to draw a line from the scorer. It looked like they drew a line from the other striker who didn't touch the ball instead and gave offside against him.
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      Reply #1137: Apr 13, 2021 12:34:55 pm
      He may be from mancland, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything. 4 million live there and they've got a lot more than 2 clubs to support. Besides, he's given us decisions and penalties before. Vital ones such as Mane v Leicester, or Lovren v Palace last season, just two of his to mention. His decisions are rarely in the headlines which is usually the sign of a good ref.

      Let's be absolutely crystal clear here, his VAR at the weekend did his job to the letter. He did all the checks, recommended an on field review of the incident so it was reviewed. The rest is up to the ref. So in this case, the rants can stop immediately because VAR bears no responsibility whatsoever for his decision.

      Amazing all the complaints about VAR taking too long to make such decisions. Now we complain that it isn't taking long enough. Can't have it both ways though.


      I notice you have been very quiet recently in your defence of VAR

      Have you finally woken up to the realisation that it’s ruining the sport
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1138: Apr 13, 2021 01:40:29 pm
      It's ruining nothing. Every referee wants to have VAR, as it protects them from making wrong decisions 99% of the time. It's their voices that matter.

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      I'm sure he will post later and confirm it was offside  :f_doh:

      Seriously though what hasn't already been said that will be said again. Most fans don't like it anymore coz it's just completely ruining our game. It's the new norm as they say. I much prefer the old system

      Thanks for typing the first sentence of the post out for me. Saves me having to do it.

      As regards the rest, it makes absolutely no difference whether fans like it or not. No fan  will ever like a decision given against their team, whether it's by the ref, linesman, fourth official, VAR, FA, FIFA, or IFAB. Just as they don't like it in rugby, cricket, tennis, NFL etc. Neither do I.

      However, when the race to get into next year's European Cup is so tight in our case, (it could be a one point difference, a one goal difference, or even one away goal on head to head aggregate) and all that comes with it, then every goal decision in the games must be correct, and millimetres matter. The referee is not handicapped anymore by the "only one look at an incident" he was before. He can see it as many times as the rest of us and if the technology shows the original decision should be overturned, then the decision will be overturned.

      Even though we can all see what should happen, the technology did not prove the offside decision given on the pitch at West Brom v Southampton should be overturned, and it was the main story about the game. That's what happens if you just go with the onfield call. Wrong decisions and headlines. West Brom won't be using VAR for much longer, but the league will, and steps have to be put in place to ensure such an incident doesn't happen again.
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      Reply #1139: Apr 13, 2021 06:06:59 pm

      Only in your twisted mind!! The majority of all footy fans think it's massively ruining the game because the cu*ts using it are f**king useless. it's taking the spontaneous aspect of the game away.
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      Reply #1140: Apr 13, 2021 06:11:43 pm
      It's ruining nothing. Every referee wants to have VAR, as it protects them from making wrong decisions 99% of the time. It's their voices that matter.


      You must be some kind of internet shtick to even think about writing something like that.
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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1141: Apr 13, 2021 06:20:15 pm


      Thanks for typing the first sentence of the post out for me. Saves me having to do it.


      The cap fits well then.  ;)
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      Reply #1142: Apr 13, 2021 07:10:14 pm
      It's ruining nothing. Every referee wants to have VAR, as it protects them from making wrong decisions 99% of the time. It's their voices that matter.

      Thanks for typing the first sentence of the post out for me. Saves me having to do it.

      As regards the rest, it makes absolutely no difference whether fans like it or not. No fan  will ever like a decision given against their team, whether it's by the ref, linesman, fourth official, VAR, FA, FIFA, or IFAB. Just as they don't like it in rugby, cricket, tennis, NFL etc. Neither do I.

      However, when the race to get into next year's European Cup is so tight in our case, (it could be a one point difference, a one goal difference, or even one away goal on head to head aggregate) and all that comes with it, then every goal decision in the games must be correct, and millimetres matter. The referee is not handicapped anymore by the "only one look at an incident" he was before. He can see it as many times as the rest of us and if the technology shows the original decision should be overturned, then the decision will be overturned.

      Even though we can all see what should happen, the technology did not prove the offside decision given on the pitch at West Brom v Southampton should be overturned, and it was the main story about the game. That's what happens if you just go with the onfield call. Wrong decisions and headlines. West Brom won't be using VAR for much longer, but the league will, and steps have to be put in place to ensure such an incident doesn't happen again.

      You either have no f**king clue or you have money in the system used

      VAR has ruined football
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      Reply #1143: Apr 13, 2021 08:30:35 pm
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      The majority of all footy fans think it's taking the spontaneous aspect of the game away.

      Let them. It doesn't matter what they think. It matters what the refs think. And everyone of them want it. Just seen Neil Jones on Press Box whinge that it's the worst thing he's ever seen in the game in his lifetime. Not racism, not spitting, not cheating, not incompetence, not scandals, not England fans renovating numerous European cities on tour. No, it's VAR that's the worst thing ever.

      I guess he was sat there slumped in his armchair last June, when the rest of us were begging VAR to give that penalty that wrapped up the league for us. We didn't want spontaneity, we wanted the correct decision. Once we got it, we could all start celebrating. Well I say all, but maybe not him. He's going to have to get used to it, like the rest of us, or watch something else to make a living. There's no alternative option.

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      You either have no clue or you have money in the system used

      VAR has ruined football

      Again, it's ruining nothing. Crap decisions ruin the game. Correct decisions improve it. I've sat through enough cheating, diving, and wrong offside calls on the pitch over the years ruining the game, to want them back.

      I have no money in the system. I'm not on a payroll, I haven't been to London since 1995. I don't think Stockley Park existed back then, and I certainly couldn't tell you where it is now, only it's somewhere around there anyway. Wherever it is, I just want the correct  decision in games there and then, by whatever means necessary. Then there will be no more Carvalho days or Ramos nights for us to worry about ever again.
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      Reply #1144: Apr 13, 2021 10:11:57 pm
      Let them. It doesn't matter what they think. It matters what the refs think. And everyone of them want it. Just seen Neil Jones on Press Box whinge that it's the worst thing he's ever seen in the game in his lifetime. Not racism, not spitting, not cheating, not incompetence, not scandals, not England fans renovating numerous European cities on tour. No, it's VAR that's the worst thing ever.

      I guess he was sat there slumped in his armchair last June, when the rest of us were begging VAR to give that penalty that wrapped up the league for us. We didn't want spontaneity, we wanted the correct decision. Once we got it, we could all start celebrating. Well I say all, but maybe not him. He's going to have to get used to it, like the rest of us, or watch something else to make a living. There's no alternative option.

      Again, it's ruining nothing. Crap decisions ruin the game. Correct decisions improve it. I've sat through enough cheating, diving, and wrong offside calls on the pitch over the years ruining the game, to want them back.

      I have no money in the system. I'm not on a payroll, I haven't been to London since 1995. I don't think Stockley Park existed back then, and I certainly couldn't tell you where it is now, only it's somewhere around there anyway. Wherever it is, I just want the correct  decision in games there and then, by whatever means necessary. Then there will be no more Carvalho days or Ramos nights for us to worry about ever again.

      Why will it stop Ramos nights, it's done f**k all to stop assaults on our players this season.
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      Reply #1145: Apr 13, 2021 10:18:09 pm
      Why will it stop Ramos nights, it's done f**k all to stop assaults on our players this season.

      I sit here unable to comprehend how he can be so miserably lost regarding VAR. That kind of stupidity can only come from an infiltrated Everton fan.
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      Reply #1146: Apr 13, 2021 10:28:51 pm
      Let them. It doesn't matter what they think. It matters what the refs think. And everyone of them want it. Just seen Neil Jones on Press Box whinge that it's the worst thing he's ever seen in the game in his lifetime. Not racism, not spitting, not cheating, not incompetence, not scandals, not England fans renovating numerous European cities on tour. No, it's VAR that's the worst thing ever.

      I guess he was sat there slumped in his armchair last June, when the rest of us were begging VAR to give that penalty that wrapped up the league for us. We didn't want spontaneity, we wanted the correct decision. Once we got it, we could all start celebrating. Well I say all, but maybe not him. He's going to have to get used to it, like the rest of us, or watch something else to make a living. There's no alternative option.

      Again, it's ruining nothing. Crap decisions ruin the game. Correct decisions improve it. I've sat through enough cheating, diving, and wrong offside calls on the pitch over the years ruining the game, to want them back.

      I have no money in the system. I'm not on a payroll, I haven't been to London since 1995. I don't think Stockley Park existed back then, and I certainly couldn't tell you where it is now, only it's somewhere around there anyway. Wherever it is, I just want the correct  decision in games there and then, by whatever means necessary. Then there will be no more Carvalho days or Ramos nights for us to worry about ever again.

      VAR would of never got involved in the Ramos decision anyway!!

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      Re: VAR
      Reply #1147: Apr 13, 2021 10:59:59 pm
      Yes it would. At the very least, the game would not have restarted without the incident being checked and the ref being told what happened. As he didn't see it, nothing could be done. It's not acceptable and it won't be allowed to happen again.
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      Reply #1148: Apr 14, 2021 12:09:45 am
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      Reply #1149: Apr 16, 2021 06:05:50 pm
      It's not acceptable and it won't be allowed to happen again.


      Hahahahaha yeah alright!!

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