budfox wrote:Those in charge clearly know VAR has been a disaster, and I doubt that there's a single fan in the country who completely approves of how it has been managed and used.
I suspect they'll make minor changes for next year, with the obvious one some kind of margin for error on offsides.
Don't need a margin of error, just apply the 'clear and obvious' rule, if you need to start drawing lines to determine whether someone is fractionally offside then it's not 'clear and obvious' and original ruling should stand.
This has been said numerous times but pitchside monitors need to be used too, they say the ref has final say, if that's the case then give him another look so he can have the final say and is not relying on someone else's interpretation.
I've seen some opinion pieces suggesting we're reaping what we've sown with VAR, the suggestion seems to be that we wanted perfection, I don't believe that's the case, I believe we just wanted technology used to cut out the major blunders, not to deliberate over subjective decisions.
PGMOL should apply VAR the way IFAB propose it's applied and stop being a shower of arrogant cunts thinking they know better than the rest of the world.