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"Only Liverpool get a penalty for that"

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posted on 24/1/22

posted on 24/1/22

Not sure about your first sentence. Maybe they’ve got a slight edge at anfield over the years due to the crowd pressure but I don’t think “more than any other side”.

However yesterday’s penalty could arguably be the worst one I’ve seen since var was implemented. And we’ve seen some shockers

posted on 24/1/22

Haven't seen it

Any links ?

comment by Busby (U19985)

posted on 24/1/22

The penalty and the offside.

posted on 24/1/22



It was a dodgy one but we have probably been facked over by more big decisions recently than those that have gone in our favour.

posted on 24/1/22

Clear pen.

comment by Busby (U19985)

posted on 24/1/22

It was a good game, to be honest, Palace missed a couple of guilt-edged chances, Allison played well.

comment by Rouge (U19907)

posted on 24/1/22

Weve seen the VAR stats. Liverpool have suffered more than most from wrong decisions.

In saying that i dont think jotas was a pen but 50/50 really keeper was out of control

posted on 24/1/22

comment by (K̇ash) I'm the Mané - Free Palestine 🇵🇸 (U1108)
posted 5 minutes ago
Clear pen.
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Just seen it

No chance


posted on 24/1/22

Liverpool and Man utd both benefitted from dodgy decisions this weekend while we didn't. That was the difference between our results and it could cost us a top 4 finish.

posted on 24/1/22

West Ham and Jokespurs have been the biggest net VAR winners this season.

posted on 24/1/22

comment by Kroenke_out (U21076)
posted 58 seconds ago
Liverpool and Man utd both benefitted from dodgy decisions this weekend while we didn't. That was the difference between our results and it could cost us a top 4 finish.
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Ronaldo denied a pen benefited us how ?

posted on 24/1/22

Never a pen but I have seen worse decisions. Doubt it affected the result though. Palace played really well and deserved something out of the game.

posted on 24/1/22

Ambrose mustve not seen united blag a goal recently that 99% thought was offside, or kane miss a clear red card. All teams get these decisions just most pi55 the bed when it's Liverpool. Fergie was the worst ever for manipulating refs and isn't it on record that Liverpool have suffered the most injust decisions from Var?

posted on 24/1/22

comment by Busby (U19985)
posted 20 minutes ago
It was a good game, to be honest, Palace missed a couple of guilt-edged chances
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posted on 24/1/22

comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 1 minute ago
Ambrose mustve not seen united blag a goal recently that 99% thought was offside, or kane miss a clear red card. All teams get these decisions just most pi55 the bed when it's Liverpool. Fergie was the worst ever for manipulating refs and isn't it on record that Liverpool have suffered the most injust decisions from Var?
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99% of people clearly need their eyes checked if they thought a goal that was offside was onside. And Liverpool have not suffered the most unjust decisions from VAR. They've had the most overturns due to refs getting decisions wrong in their favour to begin with.

posted on 24/1/22

*thought a goal that was onside was offside

posted on 24/1/22

I have just watched the penalty decision now on the BBC. What a joke. I didn't have the sound on, so not sure if it was given for the attempted tackle where they was a slight brush, or Jota throwing himself into the keeper. Either way, it wasn't a penalty and I'd actually have cautioned Jota for trying to con the referee. Farcical.

posted on 24/1/22

a very well argued op, difficult to agree with the facts.

some facts slightly overlooked:

all-time premier league table (points) - liverpool 4th
all-time premier league table (goals) - liverpool 3rd
all-time premier league table (penalties) - liverpool top, and quite comfortably too

posted on 24/1/22

comment by Don Draper's dandruff (U20155)
posted 12 seconds ago
a very well argued op, difficult to agree with the facts.

some facts slightly overlooked:

all-time premier league table (points) - liverpool 4th
all-time premier league table (goals) - liverpool 3rd
all-time premier league table (penalties) - liverpool top, and quite comfortably too
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difficult to agree with the facts.

argue ffs

posted on 24/1/22

comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 10 minutes ago
Ambrose mustve not seen united blag a goal recently that 99% thought was offside, or kane miss a clear red card. All teams get these decisions just most pi55 the bed when it's Liverpool. Fergie was the worst ever for manipulating refs and isn't it on record that Liverpool have suffered the most injust decisions from Var?
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Offside? Are you blind lad? Cavani was clearly onside. All you have to do is look at the line of the grass and you can see it looks like he might be onside. If you actually draw on a line on then he is definitely onside.

posted on 24/1/22

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posted on 24/1/22

I think there is a 'big club' bias when it comes to these decisions. If that incident had been the other way round, I highly doubt Palace would have got the penalty decision.

posted on 24/1/22

Yeah, no question Acehole.

https://www.espn.co.uk/football/english-premier-league/story/4452736/how-var-decisions-have-affected-every-premier-league-club-in-2021-22

posted on 24/1/22

comment by Elvis: King of Cult (U7425)
posted 2 minutes ago
I have just watched the penalty decision now on the BBC. What a joke. I didn't have the sound on, so not sure if it was given for the attempted tackle where they was a slight brush, or Jota throwing himself into the keeper. Either way, it wasn't a penalty and I'd actually have cautioned Jota for trying to con the referee. Farcical.
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A strange analysis of the penalty.

Jota ran into the area, attempted to dink the keeper, got his shot wrong his body moved right as his right foot came down, naturally. He then adjusted his body to go left towards the ball and at the same time the keeper fouled him. It was an obvious foul. The only question was whether he was getting to the ball if the keeper didn't foul him. It's impossible to tell in my opinion which means the original decision should stand as there is no clear and obvious error.

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