Even though they spent 4 minutes desperately looking for a way to say no penalty ? It was clear that his hand was in an unnatural position so the length of time reviewing was a joke.I now like VAR. It's been our friend this tie.
one day il try and get the data up and do a count on the goals scored after 90 minutes while under red nose, im pretty sure the totol amout would raise and eybrow compaired to the averageExactly! And people go on about un*t*d's "resilience" and their "desire" to be able to "fight" their way back into games when they're losing; it's all a load of bollocks. They're helped back into games with dubious decisions at important moments in matches they're struggling in which then gives the players the impetus to believe the match is there for the taking...
Penalty after the final whistle.
Referee's instantly giving dodgy pens for minimal contact "fouls" that VAR then sees no reason to overturn.
Balls that obviously go out of play in the build-up to goals.
the list is endless.
Just like the scousers last year.
Possibly, but still feel we get done over more than others. It's still a tool that can and for me will be manipulated to decide games at certain points and the Stones example for me would have been called a pen in certain games with multiple replays being shown and the commentators putting their spin on it to highlight the fact.
Those pushes are a tactic used by a few clubs. 1 it's very dangerous. 2 the refs totally ignore it. It needs stopping before there is serious injury. Liverpool have been doing it for years, even pushing players into the hoardings. It's despicable.VAR have ruled a goal out for the barcodes for handball but didn't review Trent Darby's blatant push on Callum Wilson before he took his shot..
Penalty and certain red card.. not even mentioned, immediately brushed under the fkin carpet..
Good on the barcodes for scoring at the death, they've been robbed of 2 points though..
The look on bingo's face was fkin joyous..!
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