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1720. Posted by The Doc"So why does the prehistoric F.A drop the best player in country..."If you have to ask, I'm afraid you won't understand the answer.
For fans at the match it sucks. Not that brilliant when watching live tv either where you can at least get a clue as to what is being reviewed.
MyBBCHYSAccount260599 "Under the rules, a handball in the opposition area cannot be reviewed, unless it leads to a goal"I honestly despair at people like you. You say "under the rules" and then proceed to get them completely wrong. They're not even hard to check. Go to theifab.com, specifically says goal or GOALSCORING OPPORTUNITY. PGMOL have confirmed the penalty would have been overturned.
The fact football was the last major sport to introduce technology & have not learnt from the mistakes of other sports many years of use shows us the Neanderthals are still well and truly entrenched in the FA.
If Ronaldo had a dust up with some no mark in Portugal side would they drop him ? Correct absolutely not.So why does the prehistoric F.A drop the best player in country because of some no mark from merseyside ?
The eyes see what it wants to see. Okay, it was TAA handball and penalty not given, TWICE. Liverpool got lucky. Sterling was bullied off the park by TAA and Gomez. Yellow cards not given. You feeling better now? Good. Move along.
1716. Posted by Liverpool Red"Anyone else sick of Man City fans whingeing about every single decision that doesn’t go their way?"Not me :) It's hilarious. Now that their players are attacking L'pool players on sight I'm just watching on to see what they muster up next.
Saw this on a website as a solution to the var controversy.Any incidents are recorded as normal but only analysed at the end of the match so the game can flow without interruption. Thus providing excitement right until the end.I'll get my coat.
Anyone else sick of Man City fans whingeing about every single decision that doesn’t go their way? It just shows how many incorrect decisions were going their way last season, now VAR has stopped that, they don’t like it!
VAR has already proved to be worth its weight in gold-There have been many iconic moments in the beautiful game-That Man Citeh manager celebrating $terling's goal against Spurs in last seasons UCL QF like a demented pogo stick before VAR chalked it off. 😂* * * The Unbearables * * * loved that
re Engelberts Shirt - "Bye bye plastics". Are you talking about Manchester City or virtually every "dyed in the wool" Liverpool fan who watches from their sofa and then runs off at the gums that "we've won this, that, the other" when they've never even got as far as the M62?
Having inept referees deferring decisions to equally inept referees watching TV was only going to end one way, right.
What's the deal with Sterling City fans, he was wound pretty tight as was Pep on Sunday, both looked a bit manic. Two days later and he's still at it? Jurgen got into you pretty good didn't he.Have we found a way of blaming VAR for Liverpool's third yet?
There were 750,000 for Liverpool’s Champions League open top celebration in Liverpool Nah, not going to ask the question There Is a long way to go yet...
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