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Ennis

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The standard of refereeing proven in one incident.
First of all the ref looking straight at it from a set piece and didn’t see it, secondly it took VAR about 15 looks at it on loop to confirm it.
 

ballinio

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I may be wrong but doesn't a deliberate handball warrant a card?
Yep , make it up as they go along , he may have to book him later so the ref is protecting him from a potential sending off . You’ve got to get in to the mind of these crooks .
 

Sheriff Fatman

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The standard of refereeing proven in one incident.
First of all the ref looking straight at it from a set piece and didn’t see it, secondly it took VAR about 15 looks at it on loop to confirm it.
It was that clear cut they can only have been looking for any reason not to give it. Watch for the dodgy decisions this half.
 

Nightmare Walking

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The standard of refereeing proven in one incident.
First of all the ref looking straight at it from a set piece and didn’t see it, secondly it took VAR about 15 looks at it on loop to confirm it.
I reckon they knew after the first replay that it was a penalty. All the subsequent replays were them looking for reasons not to give it.
 

deano ou812

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The standard of refereeing proven in one incident.
First of all the ref looking straight at it from a set piece and didn’t see it, secondly it took VAR about 15 looks at it on loop to confirm it.
They were probably looking at that while someone else looked at a second feed to see if they could find some way of ruling out the pen and giving the rags a freekick ..
 

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