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View Stuk's Profile Stuk Flag Top half 06 Feb 19 9.26pm Send a Private Message to Stuk Add Stuk as a friend

Originally posted by Phil’s Barber

Over 800 matches have had full VAR already?!

Worldwide I assume.

Italy and Germany are into their 2nd seasons with it. MLS, A league, world cup, internationals etc.

 


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View ARGILE OLD GEEZER's Profile ARGILE OLD GEEZER Flag PORTIMAO 07 Feb 19 7.59am Send a Private Message to ARGILE OLD GEEZER Add ARGILE OLD GEEZER as a friend

Originally posted by Willo

You are thinking about a panel of 3 which reviews incidents pertaining to possible simulation.


Yes, i was, my mistake.

 

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View Ghostship's Profile Ghostship Flag Norfolk 07 Feb 19 10.10am Send a Private Message to Ghostship Add Ghostship as a friend

If they use VAR like they did at the World Cup where the referee has a look at a monitor pitchside and then changes his decision or sticks to it then that is fine.

What I don't like is what we have seen in the FA Cup this season where the referee gets told in his ear that he was wrong and he needs to change the decision. That is taking power away from the referee and makes it pointless having him out there.

Please let it be the former.

 

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View crvenaeagle's Profile crvenaeagle Flag 07 Feb 19 10.13am Send a Private Message to crvenaeagle Add crvenaeagle as a friend

Originally posted by Ghostship

If they use VAR like they did at the World Cup where the referee has a look at a monitor pitchside and then changes his decision or sticks to it then that is fine.

What I don't like is what we have seen in the FA Cup this season where the referee gets told in his ear that he was wrong and he needs to change the decision. That is taking power away from the referee and makes it pointless having him out there.

Please let it be the former.

But that's the exact format rugby has been using for years and it's worked so well.

 

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View Ghostship's Profile Ghostship Flag Norfolk 07 Feb 19 10.21am Send a Private Message to Ghostship Add Ghostship as a friend

Originally posted by crvenaeagle

But that's the exact format rugby has been using for years and it's worked so well.

The good thing with the Rugby way is that the TMO is miked up so you can hear the whole process, well on TV anyway. It seems that if the referee in rugby has a bit of doubt about the try he asks the TMO to check for him rather than the TMO being the instigator. This seems a good way to do it and it works well in Rugby. You could follow a similar path in football but the VAR ref should also have the ability to intervene if there is something he thinks the on field Ref has missed but the final say should be down to the on field Ref which it sounds like FIFA want.

It's all abit confusing and I can see a lot of frustration if a clear method isn't settled on.

 

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View Tickled pink's Profile Tickled pink Flag Cornwall 07 Feb 19 10.23am Send a Private Message to Tickled pink Add Tickled pink as a friend

Originally posted by Ghostship

If they use VAR like they did at the World Cup where the referee has a look at a monitor pitchside and then changes his decision or sticks to it then that is fine.

What I don't like is what we have seen in the FA Cup this season where the referee gets told in his ear that he was wrong and he needs to change the decision. That is taking power away from the referee and makes it pointless having him out there.

Please let it be the former.

The whole purpose is to get the right decision, players lose respect if as in the foulhampton game the officials miss foul after foul and penalty incidents etc..hence Zaha clapping etc, that sort of thing will never happen with VAR.
Players will have more respect for the officials.

 

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View gambler's Profile gambler Flag Kent 07 Feb 19 11.35am Send a Private Message to gambler Add gambler as a friend

Originally posted by Tyrelli

It will be a game changer quite literally, we saw it in the World Cup, traditional “big teams” were not being able to “play” the ref as much, I think teams like Liverpool and City will suddenly find that intimidating the ref won’t work, meaning decidsions will be fairer, also the whole it slows the game down, no more than players pretending to be injured to stop game flow.

I agree. Bias refereeing will hopefully almost disappear. Easy to favour the big teams in the heat of the moment, but how will they explain it if it continues to happen with VAR reviews?

 

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View Charlie Croker's Profile Charlie Croker Flag Hampshire 07 Feb 19 11.54am Send a Private Message to Charlie Croker Add Charlie Croker as a friend

Will probably see a yellow or two in the first few games if the referees abide by this . . .

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Just hope it's not Wilf.

 


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View crvenaeagle's Profile crvenaeagle Flag 07 Feb 19 5.29pm Send a Private Message to crvenaeagle Add crvenaeagle as a friend

Originally posted by Charlie Croker

Will probably see a yellow or two in the first few games if the referees abide by this . . .

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Just hope it's not Wilf.

I don't see why it's necessary to make the gesture, besides for the viewers. You can talk to the ref.

 

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View Shifty97's Profile Shifty97 Flag Croydon 07 Feb 19 6.11pm Send a Private Message to Shifty97 Add Shifty97 as a friend

Originally posted by ChrisGC

VAR is all fair and well until you realise that the person watching it and making the decision is a premier league referee and therefore likely to f*ck it up.

very true. Although in fairness it did help us against Grimsby

 

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View Ginger Pubic Wig's Profile Ginger Pubic Wig Flag Wickham de L'Ouest 07 Feb 19 6.38pm Send a Private Message to Ginger Pubic Wig Add Ginger Pubic Wig as a friend

Wilf will win penalties that at the moment he isn't. We will benefit from that if he's still with us. frankly the speed of his feet is crazy and "give it to Wilf in the box" will become a deadly tactic.

 

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 07 Feb 19 6.59pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

It'll just mean 3 cvnts making biased decisions against the like of us and in favour of the likes of 'them', rather than just 1.

 


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