Yeah it was only last weekend that Southampton were robbed against Villa with two shocking decisions against them for fucks sake!
Oh and then Martial diving all over the place in midweek!
Your obsession with it is weird, just like your anti-Rafa agenda. The vast majority of people that were for VAR can realise the implementation of it has been nothing short of shambolic but for some reason you just blindly continue to support it. Can only assume it's because you're on a wind-up or completely clueless about football.
VAR didn't make shocking decisions last weekend. Two decisions were made on the pitch, which after being checked, were then allowed to stand. The first one is not a clear and obvious error since the handball rules were relaxed. With the second one, offside is offside, there's been offside laws in the sport since it started. It's not shocking anymore.
I take it the "Martial diving" refers to the penalty he got. I hate them getting penalties, but technically it was not a dive as there was clear contact by the defender, and we've seen plenty of similiar penalties given this season. As he was the last man making no attempt to play the ball, he was very fortunate to get his red card overturned imo. The only crumb from that game was when VAR overturned an earlier penalty given to the mancs, when a foul was shown to be outside the area.
This is a subject that interests me more than others, so I'm going to have more to say about it than others. Other posters are more fascinated by what Everton do, which is fair enough. But as I don't care what they do, you won't see me posting about them. They're about as relevant in my life as Exeter.
I'm not going to apologise for holding Rafa's record to account, and I'm not going to apologise for wanting to see justice done in our sport, as in any other walk of life, and I stand by every word posted. I've been on the wrong end of crap decisions for decades that couldn't be changed when they had to be changed. If you assume that I'm on a wind up, then you're wrong or to borrow one of Jürgen's phrases, "I can't help this person". But I will still say what I have to say, whether I'm in an army of one or one million.