The only thing that is clear and obvious is how the bloody thing is being implemented. My main question would be why is the ref not using the monitor by the side of the pitch? Swarbrick (guy in charge of its implementation) was on the radio the other week defending this stating that it would take too long for him to review and didn't want to make the ref run another 50 yards. If the ref isn't fit enough yo run another 50 yards to make that review, I'd argue he shouldn't be out there and the first reason for them not using the monitor would be that it would take too long to review which seems ironic given the fact that it routinely takes them over 2mins to decide in some office miles away. If it's good enough for the World Cup... And as for the use of it for offside and adjudging whether someone is offside by a toe is fecking ludicrous. The Grealish one from yesterday was utterly preposterous and not what the bloody thing was brought in for as far as I'm concerned as it was not CLEAR AND OBVIOUS.