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Daz-Simp

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Yep, first one on Var, whats the point if they cant see the clear pen. Brooks bottled it also for 2nd one, putting it in Alti Hands
No he didn't, he has to refer it to the on field ref to make the final decision.
 

plattlanebenches

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Fantastic performance by Alti Fan.

Reilly, The Premier League, and Sky Sports will be proud of the way he managed it for them.
Don’t think he was too bad. Didn’t fall for any of Antonio’s nonsense. 1st pen shout var should have given. Second one they did.
 

Blue Mist

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I don’t really think the first one was clear, Jesus was already falling over and Zouma didn’t affect that in any way. Second one he did give.
The second one.... he was told to give it that's why. I would have accepted it if it was only the first pen he missed but to miss 2 ?
 

Vic

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No he didn't, he has to refer it to the on field ref to make the final decision.
He does but the referee doesn't have to look at the replay. The VAR can tell the referee it's an obvious penalty and the referee can just give it.


  • For subjective decisions, e.g. intensity of a foul challenge, interference at offside, handball considerations, an ‘on-field review’ (OFR) is appropriate
  • For factual decisions e.g. position of an offence or player (offside), point of contact (handball/foul), location (inside or outside the penalty area), ball out of play etc. a VAR-only review is usually appropriate but an ‘on-field review’ (OFR) can be used for a factual decision if it will help manage the players/match or ‘sell’ the decision (e.g. a crucial match-deciding decision late in the game)
 

Daz-Simp

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He does but the referee doesn't have to look at the replay. The VAR can tell the referee it's an obvious penalty and the referee can just give it.


  • For subjective decisions, e.g. intensity of a foul challenge, interference at offside, handball considerations, an ‘on-field review’ (OFR) is appropriate
  • For factual decisions e.g. position of an offence or player (offside), point of contact (handball/foul), location (inside or outside the penalty area), ball out of play etc. a VAR-only review is usually appropriate but an ‘on-field review’ (OFR) can be used for a factual decision if it will help manage the players/match or ‘sell’ the decision (e.g. a crucial match-deciding decision late in the game)
So, by your own definition, an on field review is appropriate. What is/isn't a foul comes under "subjective decision".
 

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It was our decimated defence that meant we didn’t pick up all the points today. Not the referee.
Still in our hands.
 

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