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Thread: VAR Rubbish

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    VAR Rubbish

    What a complete disgrace disallowing our second goal. We cannot blame John Moss as it is a VAR issue. It looks like VAR is there to disallow goals rather than allow. Although I do not blame John Moss I cringe whenever he officiates he is fat, overweight and is simply not good enough at this level

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    Photo kin unbelievable decision,these cnuts in charge of VAR must be corrupt Nothing wrong with that goal whatsoever ".

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    Lets see what MOTD make of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmdave_b View Post
    Lets see what MOTD make of it?
    MOTD will be like VAR adjudicators, in that some will say it should have been allowed and others will say not, VAR is making little difference IMO as folk will always have differing opinions, as for MOTD pundits, I gave up on them useless overpaid arrogant lot years ago as they chat mostly the obvious and change their minds on a whim, pretty soon they will debate more about a game than actually showing the footage and it will be called COTD (Chat of the day).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    MOTD..... as for MOTD pundits, I gave up on them useless overpaid arrogant lot years ago as they chat mostly the obvious and change their minds on a whim, pretty soon they will debate more about a game than actually showing the footage and it will be called COTD (Chat of the day).



    ....from the Cnuts of Today - Alto !



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    Hmm MOTD. That soapbox for Gary Lineker to promote his love of Leicester City. I've been dismayed over this current season to see how he is allowed to get away with it. He has dissed Burnley from pillar to post and they weren't even mentioned one week after their match was shown, every word was about the other team.
    I was all in favour of VAR after Burnley have been on the wrong side of decisions for seasons now, but we have to remember that ultimately it's the GUY watching the VAR who has the last say.
    Today was one of emotion at Leicester City and unfortunately Burnley were the visiting team. From the free scarves, to the parade and then the face of the man himself up on the screen, it's small wonder the opposing team had the heart to make a game of it. But make a game of it we did, and almost managed to share the spoils but for a VAR person who didn't want to spoil the Leicester remembrance party. I feel sorry for the lads who put up a stoical fight. I listened to the match on Clarets Player so haven't seen the incident yet but the comments of Phil Bird and Michael Kightley were enough to convince me that justice had not been done. The smug satisfaction on Lineker's face tonight will turn my stomach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frantastic51 View Post
    Hmm MOTD. That soapbox for Gary Lineker to promote his love of Leicester City. I've been dismayed over this current season to see how he is allowed to get away with it. He has dissed Burnley from pillar to post and they weren't even mentioned one week after their match was shown, every word was about the other team.
    I was all in favour of VAR after Burnley have been on the wrong side of decisions for seasons now, but we have to remember that ultimately it's the GUY watching the VAR who has the last say.
    Today was one of emotion at Leicester City and unfortunately Burnley were the visiting team. From the free scarves, to the parade and then the face of the man himself up on the screen, it's small wonder the opposing team had the heart to make a game of it. But make a game of it we did, and almost managed to share the spoils but for a VAR person who didn't want to spoil the Leicester remembrance party. I feel sorry for the lads who put up a stoical fight. I listened to the match on Clarets Player so haven't seen the incident yet but the comments of Phil Bird and Michael Kightley were enough to convince me that justice had not been done. The smug satisfaction on Lineker's face tonight will turn my stomach.
    Spot on Fran. The "goal" was perfect, we wuz robbed (again!)

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    Robbed again indeed BT. Evans was nowhere near getting to that ball even before the 'accidental heel-clipping'. Jon Moss should have checked it out himself but then again this is Jon Moss we're talking about who wouldn't give us a bad cold never mind a goal. Noticed we got the usual pundit-time on MOTD. All Telemans only Wood mentioned for the incident. No mention of Dwight McNeil's superb cross into the box for Woods splendid header. What was it ? 40 million for Telemans. Dwight McNeil 0 and still only 19 AND played for the England Under 21's. Not even a word about that either. These pundits are going to have to do better. The King Power Stadium was a particularly difficult place yesterday for a visiting team and the lads did magnificently. C'mon you Clarets!!!

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