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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by kkong View Post
    I wonder what VAR would have made of John Beaton's ludicrous decision to kill today's game by awarding a penalty to Celtic at 1-0 for a challenge that was clearly outside the box even when viewed in real time.
    It would clearly have been disallowed.
    Then again if the VAR was Collum, he’d have taken the penalty.
    Last edited by RedStarTorphins; 03-03-2018 at 09:34 PM.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by kkong View Post
    I wonder what VAR would have made of John Beaton's ludicrous decision to kill today's game by awarding a penalty to Celtic at 1-0 for a challenge that was clearly outside the box even when viewed in real time.
    I wonder what VAR made of John Beaton's ridiculous haircut.

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    Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 Bayern Munich

    Bayern should have had a pen in the 95th min when Martinez taken down by Boateng. Its a stonewaller. It goes to VAR. Ref unbelievably gives a corner. Bayerns keeper is up. Frankfurt clear, break and score. 3-1. Terrible refereeing.

    VAR is pish

    But well done Eintracht Frankfurt we may see you in Europe

  4. #24
    It's not VAR that's pish, it's referees that are incompetent. A numpty ref like Gollum won't suddenly become a good ref if he can see a TV replay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    It's not VAR that's pish, it's referees that are incompetent. A numpty ref like Gollum won't suddenly become a good ref if he can see a TV replay.
    Its there to eliminate human error and clearly doesnt work. Get rid

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 Bayern Munich

    Bayern should have had a pen in the 95th min when Martinez taken down by Boateng. Its a stonewaller. It goes to VAR. Ref unbelievably gives a corner. Bayerns keeper is up. Frankfurt clear, break and score. 3-1. Terrible refereeing.

    VAR is pish

    But well done Eintracht Frankfurt we may see you in Europe
    I just saw last few mins of this game on poor stream, maybe he took a dive. I couldn't tell on the pic I saw. great they went up & scored another. didn't look like it was officially time up.

    great to see someone else get trophy for a change

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    Nah Boateng booted Martinez through the ankle. Stonewaller. I wanted Frankfurt to win anyway

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    If this is being used in the WC I predict much controversy

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    It is and there will be TBE. The list of f@ck ups is endless. Human error is still there. So its rendered pointless. Its expensive as f@ck too

  10. #30
    If VAR had existed in 1966, England wouldn't have won the world cup. Therefore it is a good idea.

  11. #31
    A few stats about VAR

    The introduction of VAR has seen a massive fall in the number of refereeing errors, bookings, red cards, simulation and wasted time in Serie A.

    The figures were released by the FIGC and Lega Serie A after the first season of the new technology in action.

    “The percentage of errors in Serie A this season was 0.89 per cent, compared to 5.78 per cent that would’ve been verified without the use of VAR.”

    It was used in 397 games between Serie A and the Coppa Italia, with 2,023 checks made and 117 decisions overturned.

    The Coverciano ground is also used as a hub to train referees on using VAR for the 2018 World Cup, which begins next week in Russia.

    “The results are extraordinary, especially with reference to the statistics of refereeing corrections. We can still improve in the technology and the way we communicate with fans, making VAR even more reliable,” said Lega Serie A and FIFA Refereeing Project Leader Roberto Rosetti.

    It was calculated that VAR decisions took an average of 1 minute and 22 seconds during the first three rounds, but over the season that was lowered considerably to just 31.5 seconds.

    It added to the time of games (an additional 13 seconds on average), but was cancelled out by a massive gain of 43 seconds of effective play.

    There was a drop of 12.3 per cent in yellow cards issued (1,719 in the 2016-17 campaign, compared to 1,508 this season) and an even bigger drop of 35.3 per cent in simulation (137 down to 113).

    There was only one red card for dissent this season, compared to 11 last year, with overall dismissals down 7.1 per cent.
    https://www.football-italia.net/1226...how-revolution

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