|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 13:18 - Jun 29 with 1515 views||qprxtc|
Yes, yes and thrice yes.
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 16:39 - Jun 29 with 1390 views||WokingR|
I thought Clive's favourite subject was British Rail timetables between 1984 and 1989.
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 17:13 - Jun 29 with 1356 views||loftboy|
I thought it was any thread involving Brexit 😇
| favourite cheese mature Cheddar. FFS there is no such thing as the EPL|
|Poll: ||France or Croatia|
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 23:52 - Jun 29 with 1239 views||FDC|
I'm going to pin my colours: I'm a fan of VAR.
Don't get me wrong, I fully understand that England will 100% go out of the world cup as a result of some enormous VAR controversy. But up until now and on balance I think it's good. And you can be sure that next season people will bemoan it's absence in England having got used to it at the WC
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 00:40 - Jun 30 with 1203 views||Jigsore|
Talking about VAR is a given since it's the first time it's been used in a major tournament. But when we talk about VAR it's nearly always been about the referee being referred by the VAR ref team and making a bad decision anyway (e.g Iran's penalty in the Portugal-Iran game).
one of the thing's that most annoy me on something like MOTD is seeing the punditry team spending 5 minutes on a ref and then 2 minutes on the actual game... VAR is no different and you'd have to assume they'd do it anyway. if anything hopefully controversies should become less common as we go on.
i don't know how long it would ever take to see VAR implemented as far down as even the Championship but it certainly seems to be having a positive impact in the World Cup. Much more so than the farcial trial in the FA Cup
|“The thing about football - the important thing about football - is that it is not just about football.” |
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 01:19 - Jun 30 with 1188 views||vanrrrr|
players surrounding ref drawing an imaginary TV rather than waving an imaginary card....hardly progress
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 01:32 - Jun 30 with 1183 views||smegma|
I couldn't be @rsed to read the article, seeing how big the article is. But I did note it's from an Aussie paper so is probably full of shoite talking about a sport they don't even understand. Stick to cricket.
|Top quality rant on Clive's favourite subject on 08:32 - Jun 30 with 1115 views||CiderwithRsie|
The bit about cricket is just plain wrong. Video technology works fine in that sport and the part that he/she objects to (ball tracking) has directly led to a revival in spin bowling as umpires have been educated as to just how many balls would have hit.