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VAR for Liverpool 15:49 - Jan 23 with 728 viewsBicester_North

Ridiculous that once the ref is called to the monitor it is ALWAYS given

Jota lost control of the ball and swerved towards the Palace keeper then went down. Eventually given as a penalty.

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VAR for Liverpool on 15:51 - Jan 23 with 721 viewsHeisenberg

Kevin Friend has previous with Liverpool. It was never a penalty.

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VAR for Liverpool on 15:53 - Jan 23 with 716 viewsBicester_North

VAR for Liverpool on 15:51 - Jan 23 by Heisenberg

Kevin Friend has previous with Liverpool. It was never a penalty.


If everybody else can see it wasn’t a foul why can’t the supposed professionals? Scandalous

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VAR for Liverpool on 20:23 - Jan 23 with 610 viewsdwayne_dibley

VAR for Liverpool on 15:53 - Jan 23 by Bicester_North

If everybody else can see it wasn’t a foul why can’t the supposed professionals? Scandalous


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Well, I say let's get out there and tw@t it!

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VAR for Liverpool on 23:15 - Jan 23 with 523 viewsElijahK

You don’t have to be a level 6 FA official, knowing all 17 laws of the game to see that that’s a pathetic decision and never a pen! I mean I’ve just seen it in MOTD and Jota was the one who ran into the keeper (not the keeper going into Jota) as well as the fact that he’d lost control of the ball and wasn’t even in possession/playing distance when this happens.
Also they messed up with Chamberlyn’s goal as Firminho was offside and attempted to play the ball!

Sheesh VAR really should just be for the BLACK AND WHITE scenarios (aka offsides, mistaken identity, whether it’s inside or outside the box etc) as they make these abysmal mistakes as much before VAR as they have afterwards! Really would love to see the stats showing how many incorrect decisions do go in the favour of the “top 6” as they do always somehow seem to get them almost always in their favour.
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VAR for Liverpool on 23:41 - Jan 23 with 502 viewsElijahK

VAR for Liverpool on 20:23 - Jan 23 by dwayne_dibley

££££££


I dunno about that, but I do think that the FA may be telling the refs things that they shouldn’t be, regarding VAR, like “if VAR is telling you to review/change a decision then you must or you won’t get a game next week” or such as they never keep with their original decisions and always overrule them, which does make me wonder if there’s more to it

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VAR for Liverpool on 07:26 - Jan 24 with 419 viewsPaleRider

VAR for Liverpool on 20:23 - Jan 23 by dwayne_dibley

££££££


Why is everyone so blind to the obvious vein of corruption that is running through the game?
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VAR for Liverpool on 09:00 - Jan 24 with 369 viewssaintwizzler

Swings and roundabouts.
We had 2 VAR decisions go in our favour which could quite easily have gone the other way on Saturday night.

Accept it, it’s not going to change.

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VAR for Liverpool on 09:15 - Jan 24 with 359 viewssaint22

VAR for Liverpool on 15:51 - Jan 23 by Heisenberg

Kevin Friend has previous with Liverpool. It was never a penalty.


Its all down to the officials, VAR is there to help them but they are beyond that, most of them

Also any decision that needs scrutinising endlessly for 3 minutes is clearly too close to call so isn't clear and obvious

Its a shambles, funny how it worked so well in the euros
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VAR for Liverpool on 10:09 - Jan 24 with 313 viewsSadoldgit

If football is corrupt and VAR is bent why didn't City get a penalty and why wasn’t Stuey sent off? Yes, poor decisions have been made and I expect there is a level of unconscious bias, but systematic corruption, I don’t think so.
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VAR for Liverpool on 10:40 - Jan 24 with 301 viewsDorsetIan

VAR for Liverpool on 09:15 - Jan 24 by saint22

Its all down to the officials, VAR is there to help them but they are beyond that, most of them

Also any decision that needs scrutinising endlessly for 3 minutes is clearly too close to call so isn't clear and obvious

Its a shambles, funny how it worked so well in the euros


I believe that the VAR system is fundamentally flawed. They are allowed to spend too long looking through their microscopes when the howlers it was meant to stop should be obvious within 30 seconds.

But even if it isn't flawed, if we don't have refs in this country who can operate it - which seems to be the case - then we should stop using it.

Either way it should be paused, as it's ruining the game.

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VAR for Liverpool on 10:49 - Jan 24 with 299 viewsPaleRider

VAR for Liverpool on 10:09 - Jan 24 by Sadoldgit

If football is corrupt and VAR is bent why didn't City get a penalty and why wasn’t Stuey sent off? Yes, poor decisions have been made and I expect there is a level of unconscious bias, but systematic corruption, I don’t think so.


The level of bias - conscious or unconscious - is so high that it should have been addressed some time ago. The fact that it hasn't addressed been suggests a conscious, deliberate unwillingness to do so (particularly as we now have the too to correct this in real time - VAR). Corruption is as much about not eliminating clear bias as about money changing hands. Ergo - there is systematic corruption that is exacerbated by media bias. perhaps, if you don't believe there is corruption, you could explain why the bias has not been removed in PL refereeing, when it is less prevalent in other sports and at the World Cup, Euros etc.?
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VAR for Liverpool on 11:46 - Jan 24 with 266 viewsBuenosSaint

VAR for Liverpool on 09:00 - Jan 24 by saintwizzler

Swings and roundabouts.
We had 2 VAR decisions go in our favour which could quite easily have gone the other way on Saturday night.

Accept it, it’s not going to change.


I guessed var decisions would go saints way. The way I see it is that the premier League is a money making machine and they don't want the title to end weeks early. The same reason Liverpool got decisions and Rashford s goal hardly got a review. Decisions will probably go Chelsea way too. Anything to keep the top 4 in it to the end. Call me cynical......

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