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Postby Nigels Tackle » Wed Jan 16, 2019 11:42 pm

definitely need a thread for this joke of tool
sort the fucking rules out fifa
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Re: VAR watch

Postby john@staustell » Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:43 am

Late night Nige?
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Nigels Tackle » Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:53 am

john@staustell wrote:Late night Nige?


watched the 3 mins of deliberation for the derby ’goal when i got back in after a few last night. a fucking varce
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Piccsnumberoneblue » Thu Jan 17, 2019 9:28 am

VAR got the Jesus Penno wrong last week and I still think it proved Kane was offside rather than on the night before.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby john@staustell » Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:20 am

Piccsnumberoneblue wrote:VAR got the Jesus Penno wrong last week and I still think it proved Kane was offside rather than on the night before.


Me too. I think the PL have got the interpretations wrong to be honest. Sarri said it used to be like this in Italy but they eventually got the hang of it. Surely to God it needs to be clearly wrong to change a decision??
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Re: VAR watch

Postby TomS » Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:37 pm

We got this VAR now for the second season in Bundesliga. They did a few right decisions in a season but left very much confusing ones. It is just a fifth (or so) official who decides, with all the right/wrong possibility of a decision, Bayern got it in their way, relegation fodder the other way round and so on......
You calm down very fast when you are in the ground and nearly all main decision have to be checked by the VAR who takes his time......
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Tokyo Blue » Mon Feb 25, 2019 3:21 am

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Re: VAR watch

Postby Dubciteh » Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:05 am

Why was our goal disallowed when the VAR still showed it was onside?
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Plain Speaking » Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:46 am

Dubciteh wrote:Why was our goal disallowed when the VAR still showed it was onside?

I suspect VAR officials might say they only overrule the on field decision already given if there is a "clear and obvious error".
Because it was such a borderline decision it wasn't clear the linesman had made a mistake!

Ironically if the linesman had not flagged, (as they are supposed to do under VAR if there's doubt), and said he thought Sergio was onside, I don't think it would have been disallowed!

I don't think it helped having Martin Atkinson in charge of VAR. As we found with the home derby last year, when he refused several stonewall penalty shouts, he hates to give us anything.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Tokyo Blue » Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:49 am

Dubciteh wrote:Why was our goal disallowed when the VAR still showed it was onside?

I can only suggest that it wasn't the "clear and obvious error" they are looking for. It was close enough that it could have gone either way and I suppose they went with the on-field ref's decision because of that. And though it was wrong, I can live with it. I might think differently had we lost, however.

With offside, it needs to be clarified which part of the body matters, say, the further foot back or the head or the torso. But it needs to be consistent and stated clearly in the laws.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby BlueinBosnia » Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:58 am

Just a quick question that I was going to post after the Schalke game:

I've seen multiple interpretations of and opinions on how VAR should be applied "according to the rules", with lots contradicting one another. However, is there just one single international set of rules for its use, or do they vary from competition to competition (or governing body to governing body), considering it's still in its early/trial stages?
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Nickyboy » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:07 am

Tokyo Blue wrote:
Dubciteh wrote:Why was our goal disallowed when the VAR still showed it was onside?

I can only suggest that it wasn't the "clear and obvious error" they are looking for. It was close enough that it could have gone either way and I suppose they went with the on-field ref's decision because of that. And though it was wrong, I can live with it. I might think differently had we lost, however.

With offside, it needs to be clarified which part of the body matters, say, the further foot back or the head or the torso. But it needs to be consistent and stated clearly in the laws.



It is clearly stated in the laws. Any part of the body that can legally touch the ball can be offside.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Plain Speaking » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:11 am

Tokyo Blue wrote:The future of VAR is this.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47336170

Agreed, there seems greater scope for dubious penalties to be given or not given.

The system is only as good as the people running it. When they seem to have an agenda it gives greater opportunity for altering game outcomes. Corrupt officials could give betting syndicates a field day.
Additionally there are many in the world football that want us to fail and VAR penalty reviews may well be used to get favourable match results, as Shalke. Watch this space...
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Scatman » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:18 am

Plain Speaking wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:The future of VAR is this.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47336170

Agreed, there seems greater scope for dubious penalties to be given or not given.

The system is only as good as the people running it. When they seem to have an agenda it gives greater opportunity for altering game outcomes. Corrupt officials could give betting syndicates a field day.
Additionally there are many in the world football that want us to fail and VAR penalty reviews may well be used to get favourable match results, as Shalke. Watch this space...


The two VAR decisions were absolutely correct. The first was a handball and the ref was obviously wrong to not give it first time. The second he gave a pen for and even though it looked like a dive, and probably was, he wasn't obviously wrong to do so and correctly wasn't overruled.

The potential stinker is the decision not to use VAR up the other end for Levante. But then any claims of corruption are somewhat diluted by the fact the ref referred his decision to give the second penalty. He didn't have to.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:29 am

Scatman wrote:
Plain Speaking wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:The future of VAR is this.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47336170

Agreed, there seems greater scope for dubious penalties to be given or not given.

The system is only as good as the people running it. When they seem to have an agenda it gives greater opportunity for altering game outcomes. Corrupt officials could give betting syndicates a field day.
Additionally there are many in the world football that want us to fail and VAR penalty reviews may well be used to get favourable match results, as Shalke. Watch this space...


The two VAR decisions were absolutely correct. The first was a handball and the ref was obviously wrong to not give it first time. The second he gave a pen for and even though it looked like a dive, and probably was, he wasn't obviously wrong to do so and correctly wasn't overruled.

The potential stinker is the decision not to use VAR up the other end for Levante. But then any claims of corruption are somewhat diluted by the fact the ref referred his decision to give the second penalty. He didn't have to.


I'm not following your logic on the second penalty, if it was a dive then he was obviously wrong to award a pen
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Plain Speaking » Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:15 am

Scatman wrote:
Plain Speaking wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:The future of VAR is this.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47336170

Agreed, there seems greater scope for dubious penalties to be given or not given.

The system is only as good as the people running it. When they seem to have an agenda it gives greater opportunity for altering game outcomes. Corrupt officials could give betting syndicates a field day.
Additionally there are many in the world football that want us to fail and VAR penalty reviews may well be used to get favourable match results, as Shalke. Watch this space...


The two VAR decisions were absolutely correct. The first was a handball and the ref was obviously wrong to not give it first time. The second he gave a pen for and even though it looked like a dive, and probably was, he wasn't obviously wrong to do so and correctly wasn't overruled.

The potential stinker is the decision not to use VAR up the other end for Levante. But then any claims of corruption are somewhat diluted by the fact the ref referred his decision to give the second penalty. He didn't have to.

It's simplistic to say giving penalties are "absolutely correct" they are personal interpretations. Some officials give them others wouldn't. Most observers would agree Ota didn't deliberately handle the ball. There was overwhelming agreement on the BBC HYS post match, that the penalties were unfair, (even from fans of other rival clubs like Utd and Liverpool). Ota was trying to move his arm out of the way and the ball hit him. I realise handballs are given more frequently on the continent than in England. I don't agree that the referee was wrong not to give it.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Nick » Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:29 am

How the fuck can anyone think otamendi was a hand ball :lol:
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Re: VAR watch

Postby stevefromdonny » Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:47 am

why didn't the var ref flag up that serg got a elbow in the face,that should of been a red and would of helped us to win before pens
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Tokyo Blue » Mon Feb 25, 2019 11:43 am

Nickyboy wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:
Dubciteh wrote:Why was our goal disallowed when the VAR still showed it was onside?

I can only suggest that it wasn't the "clear and obvious error" they are looking for. It was close enough that it could have gone either way and I suppose they went with the on-field ref's decision because of that. And though it was wrong, I can live with it. I might think differently had we lost, however.

With offside, it needs to be clarified which part of the body matters, say, the further foot back or the head or the torso. But it needs to be consistent and stated clearly in the laws.


It is clearly stated in the laws. Any part of the body that can legally touch the ball can be offside.

I think it would be clearer if both attackers' and, more importantly, defenders' positions were defined by one particular part of the body. The head, perhaps.

I'd like to see interpretation taken away as much as possible.
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Re: VAR watch

Postby Tokyo Blue » Mon Feb 25, 2019 11:44 am

stevefromdonny wrote:why didn't the var ref flag up that serg got a elbow in the face,that should of been a red and would of helped us to win before pens

I think you have answered your own question there, mate.
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