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    The 7.628th VAR thread


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    What's your take on this one then?


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      VAR is a joke, needs to be scrapped.

      In any normal season, David Luiz would have been flagged off, it was miles offside. Because of VAR, the lino leaves his flag down and we’ve got to go through that farce. It’s ridiculous.
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      this wasnt offside though was it. and i think the ref had seen it that way, allowed play to continue.
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      Last season that was a yellow card offence
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      VAR is a joke, needs to be scrapped.

      In any normal season, David Luiz would have been flagged off, it was miles offside. Because of VAR, the lino leaves his flag down and we’ve got to go through that farce. It’s ridiculous.
      Lino should still have stuck his flag up shirley?
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      More importantly - and I can say it now without being accused of being bitter - that was SURELY a clear push on Propper for the goal. Clearly! Ffs The comms of course, in their constant bias (particularly Clive) asked Washington it a foul on the keeper Alan?’
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      Lino should still have stuck his flag up shirley?
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      When Maupay scored his winner and I just sat quiet staring at the screen I got reminded of how much I hate this VAR shit.
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      Since VAR will only check goals, red cards, identities and penalties, they will only check for offside with one of those things happening (i.e. will only check for offside if there is a goal or penalty etc to be reviewed). If they stop play because the lino flagged, then looked at the video and saw the attacker was onside, how can they fairly give the attacking team back their advantage? They can't which is why the premier league introduced this:

      https://www.premierleague.com/news/1297403

      Where there is a clear and obvious goalscoring opportunity and the assistant referee is not certain whether the attacker actively involved is in an offside position, the assistant should delay indicating the offence until the phase of play has concluded.

      Where there is a clear and obvious goalscoring opportunity and the assistant referee is certain the attacker actively involved is in an offside position, then the assistant should indicate the offence immediately.

      In both of these situations the referee should wait to blow the whistle until the immediate phase of play has ended.

      Someone breaking through is a clear and obvious goalscoring opportunity, no? This is just an extreme example of things we've seen several times already this season - a tight offside decision is flagged, play continues because a goal scoring opportunity has arisen, and the tight offside will only be checked by VAR if they are reviewing a goal.

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      Surely the question should be 'why is Bozza watching the SHU V NEW game? Multi screens in play.

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