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    Absolutely hilarious the players (and management) appear to be unhappy about the VAR replay.

    The arguing has moved on from:

    1) The ref got it wrong

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    2) The ref(s) got it right but we aren't allowed to see the video.



    Maybe the ref should get all the players into the middle of pitch, wait for it to be uploaded to You Tube and have a vote round his phone.

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      I hate to agree with the Palarse, but....
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      Why do the players need to see any video.

      IF a clear error may have been made, the team reviewing the video should make a quick decision which is communicated to the referee who either stays with decision or reverses it based on the feedback.

      What next every 5 minutes the game is stopped and both teams sit down and review the last 5 minutes play and then challenge any decision they were not happy with, meaning that each game last about three and a half hours. BUT no video action for the fans in the stadium
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      Why do the players need to see any video.

      IF a clear error may have been made, the team reviewing the video should make a quick decision which is communicated to the referee who either stays with decision or reverses it based on the feedback.

      What next every 5 minutes the game is stopped and both teams sit down and review the last 5 minutes play and then challenge any decision they were not happy with, meaning that each game last about three and a half hours. BUT no video action for the fans in the stadium
      Exactly

      When this beds in the LAST THING we want is everything played back on the big screen.

      Give the chance for players to contest the VAR.

      It will ruin the game.

      Wait till you get home.
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      VAR is good to have as a tool to getting the big decisions right (the officials can't be trusted with close calls), and it's here to stay, never mind what Shearer thinks.

      All that needs to be sorted is the length of time it takes to make the correct call, it will come eventually.
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      All that needs to be sorted is the length of time it takes to make the correct call, it will come eventually.
      100% this
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      agree with above but players need to take heed as well...what is the point in pulling shirts holding in penalty area when u know var will spot it.. with literally the next Liverpool set piece after the pen shirt pulling was going on again
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      VAR is good to have as a tool to getting the big decisions right (the officials can't be trusted with close calls), and it's here to stay, never mind what Shearer thinks.

      All that needs to be sorted is the length of time it takes to make the correct call, it will come eventually.
      And fan interest, nay passions, wane as all talking points are removed from the game. You know, taking the pixx out of a mates team after a dodgy decision, a great pub discussion about whether 'it' was or should have been. Becoming a boring game for boring people, bit like life perhaps?
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      Quote Originally Posted by whosthedaddy View Post
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      VAR is good to have as a tool to getting the big decisions right (the officials can't be trusted with close calls), and it's here to stay, never mind what Shearer thinks.

      All that needs to be sorted is the length of time it takes to make the correct call, it will come eventually.
      VAR is ruining the flow of the game and should be binned in my view. Last night was farcical and the decisions referred to VAR should have been able to be made by a competent referee and linesman not always referred to VAR otherwise what’s the point in the man in the middle.

      Would rather focus on improving quality of human decisions than referring to technology to solve all of the games problems
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      My main concern was the time added on at the end of the first half. Gibbs was down for around 3 to 4 minuets, RK for 2-3, VAR decisions took around 2 & 5 minuets respectively. How that added up to 4 minuets additional time is beyond me. Dread to think what the ball in play time was. Real concern of time being eaten up, especially towards the end of the game.

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