VAR - Vote next week
#1

Clubs to vote on scrapping VAR next week

https://twitter.com/DeadlineDayLive/stat...gr%5Etweet
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#2

keep it to eradicate obvious errors but don't use it to try to find any reason to disallow goals.

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(15-05-2024, 06:04 PM)Gloucester Green Wrote:  Clubs to vote on scrapping VAR next week

https://twitter.com/DeadlineDayLive/stat...gr%5Etweet
VAR is one of the reasons I never watch EPL live despite Brighton's  continuing  presence there. Even the televised highlights are often dominated by arguments over whether the right call was made. Football is an art not a science and a referee uses judgment not a slide rule. By all means use cameras to help establish empirical facts eg ball is out of play or over the goal-line but the rest is pretty much a matter of instinctive opinion.
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#4

Keep goal tecnology, the rest can go for me, Hate It.
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#5

Football Supporters Association take on it:-
https://thefsa.org.uk/news/wolves-trigge...-var-vote/
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#6

It is relied on too much. There is nothing wrong with the technology, it is how it is used. Keep it for the quick decision (eg goal-line), but remove for all else.

There is so much dissent in the game about it, let's revert back to human decisions and see how much managers moan then. Clubs need to realise that officials make mistakes just like players do, you never hear a referee berating a striker for missing an open goal. Its all part of the game. Let the game flow again.

I think there is a place for VAR Mark II, but we're not ready for VAR Mark I yet.

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#7

Human error is shite and it's too much of a £Billion business to rely on it.

Maradona, Frank Lampard, Koeman, Roy Carroll. All decisions that make my piss itch.

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#8

We've created a monster. It's time to burn it

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#9

The only issue for me is where they have to draw lines to judge offside or whether they try to look for a foul in the build up. They should be down to the real time official.

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(18-05-2024, 12:04 PM)Neil Wrote:  The only issue for me is where they have to draw lines to judge offside or whether they try to look for a foul in the build up. They should be down to the real time official.
Before var, If an offside was clóse It had to go in favour of the attacking player, Now they are looking for a toe nail to call It offside.
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