Juventus accuse UEFA of anti-Italy agenda

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  1. BJL_City

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    Referees should have to do rotations across different European leagues. I think it's a farce that Slovenian or Hungarian referees get big European games when they referee in tinpot leagues, and it will also create a consistency across Europe and keep each referee from being in 1 jurisdiction for too long.
     
  2. madden150

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    Introduce V A R now! Let the ref officiate normally and use a video referee in the stands for big decisions. ie. Penalty incidents, offside/onside goals and bad challenges. Instead of the ref stopping a game to look at a video he can communicate with the video ref to speed up decisions. The technology exists so it needs to be used. The longer it's not then the shouts of corruption and bent officials won't go away. In the last year City's been fucked over in 3 huge games where terrible officiating has impacted the result- Arsenal semi and both Liverpool CL games, it needs to stop.
     
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    the fear the big club in england (scum) have about VAR is they would be midtable at best this season and getting worst over the next 5 to 10 years. and know wonder the game that VAR was used in the united game they made it look like school boys running it with bendy lines. its simple and it works and VAR has been up and running in the premier league games for the last 2 seasons and we have been told its just a pilot scheme in the back ground but the ref have been using it to help them in games and many have seen the ref going to the ear for help and asking for help ???
     
  4. caseball

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    Leaving out the two tight offsides at Anfield, the foul on Sterling is as clear a penalty as you could get, which, if scored, makes the game 3-1 and the goal by Sane that was ruled out for no reason makes the game 3-3 with City leading on the away goal. A different game altogether without taking into account tight calls. They've been made light of in the media but those two calls were just wrong, wrong, wrong and most probably would have seen City go through.
     
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  5. There are 5 refs looking at 1 ball being kicked by 22 players.
    That's 1 ref for every 4.4 players and 1 ref for every 0.2 football's. They should be doing better at their jobs, no question.
    Human error an over abused excuse for a total dereliction of duty by these "professionals"
     
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  6. BlueHammer85

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    Ultimately Refs are getting it wrong too much for the modern game, they get the best training, they understand the rules better than anyone and nowadays have to pass strict fitness regimes. Yet they will contine making mistakes , it’s been happening since the game began and will continue to happen - we can either keep screaming and moaning at them and even accusing them of being corrupt or maybe just maybe take a few breaks in the game too let them monitor a decision.
     
  7. PW

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    I think you've hit the nail on the head, introduce VAR and the officials can no longer determine the outcome of games involving the favoured few. In our last three games there have been so many bad decisions it can't just be bad luck. That wanker Atkinson and his assistants last weekend weren't even subtle in their clear bias towards the rag twats. They should be called out for their inability to make straight forward decisions and their blatant out right cheating. Then we had that imbecile midweek who was no better in his diabolical and corrupt officiating. At two nil up with forty five to go we had a chance to make a tie of it, but no, we're not in the right lodge so out we go. Cash is king, with those in charge liking nothing more than a rag or dipper domestic domination to up the Sky and BT subscriptions with their brain dead following or the wankers at UEFA wanting to ensure the usual suspects are always in or around the qarter finals and onwards. I've never gone in for this conspiracy stuff, but events of the last two weeks has confirmed for me that football is rotten to the core and until teams stand up for themselves the governing bodies will just carry on.
     
  8. Skip Donoghue

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    Long and short of it is it’s a challenge from behind and for the Juve player to get the ball he has to get some of the man 1st....pen for me but one given in very tough circumstances and 9 times out of 10 wouldn’t be given
     
  9. Skip Donoghue

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    Correct and Atkinson did exactly that in the Derby giving the rags the benefit in 50/50 situations and giving us nothing even when fowls/handballs were obvious
    He changed tacked when we went 2-0 up and refereed the game corectly
    he then changed back to is earlier stance as soon as the rags got back in it and then Went back to giving us nothing, it was as if we had taken him out of the equation by taking the lead but we let them ****s back in and at the same time brought him back into it also
     

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