The red card incident was in the FA Cup.So that's a goal that should have been given and a red card ( on Fergusson ) not given in our last 3 league games.
Claiming 'human error' simply isn't good enough, not when VAR has time to review replays over and over.
VAR wrongly rules out Brighton goal in Palace drawBrighton have a goal incorrectly ruled out for offside after a human error by the VAR operator in their draw at Crystal Palace.www.bbc.co.uk
Where were you at 3pm this afternoon ?I'm not convinced it is onside. While it looks like the second defender is ahead of the blue line, I'm not sure he is also ahead of the red line. I wouldn't be surprised if there's another image with the line drawn to the other player showing there's a pixel differnece between the red and blue lines
Clear offside. That is actually what VAR is meant to correct.Looks like the Brentford goal is just as ridiculous
I’m sure Sanchez will keep his job as wellDifficult to think of another line of work were such incompetence wouldn't cost you your job, that is of course unless you're a member of His Majesty's Government.
The Brentford goal was offside twice!Clear offside. That is actually what VAR is meant to correct.
Sort of defies the 'big six bias' narrative though!
i think it’s been improved since then. Wasn’t 50 fps initially.It might be 50 frames a second but I saw some examples a few years back where you couldn’t work out the exact frame when ball contact was made. If VAR is used in this scenario then it is guesswork
That Leicester goal that was ruled out didn't look particularly offside either.For us or against us, it really needs benefit of the doubt to the attacker. The looking for a reason to call offside is nonsense. An elbow offside gives you no advantage. Whatever happened to the clear daylight idea?
Nothing wrong with VAR, except the clowns using it. I'd ditch it until they can sort their collective shit out.
Clear and obvious doesn’t apply to offsides.Right from the start the PGMOL ballsed it up by the use of 'Clear and obvious' onstead of clear and obvious error. They've (more or less) got it right with penalty decisions - ooh, that could have been a pen.....I might have given it.............. but the on-line ref decided it wasn't. Marginally, possibly an error - but clear and obvious? No. Ref's decision stands.
So with off-side - he may or may not be an inch (about 2.4 cms. for younger readers) off-side. Yes, that might be clear and obvious in slow-,mo, or on a freeze-frame, but was it a clear and obvious error buy the on-field team? No, it wasn't - and who cares about a toe-nail either way anyway? That's not what the off-side rule was invented for anyway; it was to cut out goal-hanging - and it has! Job done - advanced finger-nail not relevant.
Best take it up with Hawkeye. They can’t be that bad considering the number of sports that use their technology.I don't buy the calibration. The cameras change each match, and they all have mega zooms. Impossible to know who's on what in an instant.
Doesn’t really tally with the two offsides that should have gone against Brentford for their equaliser at Arse, or the non-penalty for Chelsea. Apart from that though..Anything to benefit the established big 6/7.
It's becoming every ****ing match.
Maybe we should just say we'll start a goal behind every game if it can be adjudicated fairly.
Anything to keep us out of Europe.
****ing scummy cheating *****.