Var debate 2019/20

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  1. tommo74

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    Yep because I say it as it is,.instead of.licking arse
     
  2. Colin Bells Boots

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    Doesn't seem to have bothered him so far.
     
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  4. Bluearmy

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    There is nothing in the rules that says what you're saying.... In fact there have been incidents where decisions have been changed where longer periods have elapsed.
     
  5. karen7

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    That's what i mean,they haven't told us how far back they are going but the rodders one and yesterday show the ref is making the call when it's far back,it's one of many things they seem to be making it up as they go along
     
  6. Bill the Blue

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    It's basically legal match fixing. It can be used to manipulate a teams position within the league. and it will be..

    I don't know who Watford have upset at SKY HQ but they looked f'kin nailed on for the drop whereas Oles heroes will be safe n sound..
     
  7. dadnlad

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    not read all thread so sorry if old ground but tony pulis said the ref played on so VAR could make the decision on foul or not, how the hell did he know the rags were going to score so when would he of stopped game for free hoof into their box
     
  8. Bluearmy

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    In this instance 8 seconds as it was is not a silly amount of time to bring something back, so the point is mute.... I remember one incident where one team was off the pitch at half time and got brought back on, now that I would agree would be ludicrous...
     
  9. deafmanstevo

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    Why cant some people accept VAR bollocked it up for Liverpool , it's funny watching their manager and fans squirm.
    It would be boring if everything was perfect.
     
  10. karen7

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    Yep that would be mad
     

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