VAR Technology is on its way

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by cyberblue, 8 Nov 2017.

  1. moomba

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    Having seen Howard Webb say that Jesus Navas was fouled in the penalty area but it was a good decision not to give a penalty because he fell funny I'm going to have to say no.

    We'll still get ripped off and it will be even more frustrating.
     
  2. rabby

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    Think it can work provided it's limited to what it assists on.
    The Stones header against Napoli was a good example as the decision was given within a couple of seconds.
     
  3. peace frog

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    football is all about opinions, this var will take some of that away which imo makes the game worse, i don't want a sterile game,we already have sterile stadiums and nobody likes it ,yet people want sterile football, footballs done alright without it for over a hundred years,
     
  4. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Football will be the only sport which arrives at a different conclusion to what actually happened AFTER looking at said incident from every single angle on a 360deg shoot! It will be used to maintain whatever status quo Richard Scudamore thinks will develop the PL brand.
     
  5. Gorton_Tubster

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    quite honestly I think developing the PL brand includes City being winners under Pep and the style of football we play, jeez it sells well, neutrals in this country love it already. I expect any bias (And I dont believe in all of that tripe) to go towards us in future
     
  6. IWasHere

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