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    Yesterday’s ref....he was there too.


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    All the discussion has been about VAR ...what did you think about Mr Taylor’s performance?

    As an aside i remember reading something about him reffing our games 7 times before and us never losing but 6 of them being draws....well you can add yesterdays to that

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      I thought he favoured them but I was watching with my blue n white specs on.
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      I thought he favoured them but I was watching with my blue n white specs on.
      I’d agree with that - everything seemed to go for them, much of it quite soft.
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      The supporters around me in the North were pissed off with him, but I thought he was alright. He tried to let the game flow, and he wasn't always conned by their tall guy taking a leap at the slightest touch.
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      Poor. Could have booked any one of 3 of our players for blocking off the keeper from launching a counter attack. Three times waved a player up suggesting a dive but taking no action. And along with the other officials, seemed to be lost as to what they could and couldn't give under the new regime. I thought a West Ham attack in the second half was one that should have been allowed to go despite a suspicion of offside but was flagged and stopped straight away making VAR pointless.
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      Thought he was ok, no real howlers.
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      Poor. Could have booked any one of 3 of our players for blocking off the keeper from launching a counter attack. Three times waved a player up suggesting a dive but taking no action. And along with the other officials, seemed to be lost as to what they could and couldn't give under the new regime. I thought a West Ham attack in the second half was one that should have been allowed to go despite a suspicion of offside but was flagged and stopped straight away making VAR pointless.
      Worst decision was allowing play to continue when the ball was clearly a foot out of play.

      If a goal had been scored directly after, VAR would have ruled it out, but if West Ham had built up a prolonged period of pressure and then scored, would VAR still be used?

      How long is the statute of limitations when using VAR?
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      I thought the officials were weak, no point in VAR making the major decisions in both boxes when the officials are poor over the rest of the pitch.


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      Should have booked hernandez early on for a clear dive (I have a recollection of another dive later in the game, but only vaguely). Should have given their defender a second yellow (though perhaps he should have given a freekick for any of the lunging challenges in the build up, which would have avoided Masuaku (?) making that challenge).
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      Worst decision was allowing play to continue when the ball was clearly a foot out of play.

      If a goal had been scored directly after, VAR would have ruled it out, but if West Ham had built up a prolonged period of pressure and then scored, would VAR still be used?

      How long is the statute of limitations when using VAR?
      I was chuntering about that as well as I believe we partially cleared the ball which would then likely make it a second phase so it wouldn't have been overturned. That one was one the ones I was referring to when saying the officials seemed to not know what they could give. The linesman actually encroached onto the pitch just after that and I have no idea why. At least a yard on the pitch as if he was off to intervene in a mass brawl.
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