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Nev still loves VAR

Sorry my Monday VAR post is still being reviewed at Stockley park.

I have got the man flu really bad so bad did not go to the match even though i came back to see it did not get out of the bed to go to the pub and only now feeling a bit better but compared to our hero Dublin i cannot complain.
Still love VAR i don't want the Ref coming to the Monitor every time or we will still be playing but i cannot be Arsenaled about that.
Great result but i still worry about our next run but thats old habits die hard.

Teams must feel dizzy playing against and say it quietly getting to get Vardy to score differently using his core skills not just the over the top ball.

So we look like we can beat anyone disrectspectfull of the pundits not give us much of a chance more worried about Chelsea and an city.
Very happy im just gutted my box of night nurse only had tablets not the Nurse to mob my fevered brow.



posted 4 weeks ago

I miss the celebration of the goal......

comment by Jobyfox (U4183)

posted 4 weeks ago

It would be a bit like umpire’s call in cricket. After so many seconds it just becomes: “referee’s call” and the decision stands.

In fact this concept of: “referee’s call” should be extended. It might help explain many decisions if the VAR people say the evidence is there, but it’s not conclusive.

posted 4 weeks ago

Or we could take Merseyside's preference of 30-60 minutes for each call to make sure everything's within the absolute letter of a woolly law. And then why stop there? Too many players stealing yards at throw-ins these days. I'm sure VAR could confirm that as well.

posted 4 weeks ago

30 to 60 mins per call !!
Game would last several hours.

posted 4 weeks ago

comment by The_Dungeon_Master (U4830)
posted 3 hours, 27 minutes ago
Or we could take Merseyside's preference of 30-60 minutes for each call to make sure everything's within the absolute letter of a woolly law. And then why stop there? Too many players stealing yards at throw-ins these days. I'm sure VAR could confirm that as well.
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Cheeky Dungeon.

My points remain the same. VAR will improve and the laws have to evolve if they continue to use it as they do.

However, the current issue is the total lack of consistency in how it’s used.

And where we still disagree, is the I think some
decisions are less subjective than you. Like getting kicked and giving a free kick.

The Liverpool handball shows the downside to VAR. where no one can agree on the right outcome, what value does VAR add?

In time, a better offside rule will be able to be called instantly like goal line decisions. How is that not value add?

VAR is here to stay. More decisions will be right, and with time it will improve. Until then, we probably need to debate decisions not if they’re VAR or not, just if they are correct.

posted 4 weeks ago

comment by The_Dungeon_Master (U4830)
posted 4 hours, 10 minutes ago
Or we could take Merseyside's preference of 30-60 minutes for each call to make sure everything's within the absolute letter of a woolly law. And then why stop there? Too many players stealing yards at throw-ins these days. I'm sure VAR could confirm that as well.
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Want to get rid of that - allow the ref to turnover if it isn't taken from the right place - would stop it pretty quickly.

posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

Will there be VAR in tonights game pep's ?

posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

comment by Nevsaysagoal2city (U5194)
posted 5 hours, 13 minutes ago
Will there be VAR in tonights game pep's ?


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As VAR isn’t used in qualifiers I’m guessing not. We’ll just have to blame the ref for incorrect decisions instead!

posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

I'm looking forward to seeing swift, manual incompetence again instead of lengthy, technological incompetence.
It's the personal touch that counts.

posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

comment by The_Dungeon_Master (U4830)
posted 6 hours, 39 minutes ago
I'm looking forward to seeing swift, manual incompetence again instead of lengthy, technological incompetence.
It's the personal touch that counts.
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Based on the current applications, this is a fair point and I agree.

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