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The last World Cup was okay I thought? There were a couple of iffy decisions but the way it was used seemed fine.

It wasn't as shite as its been in the PL, but was still crap. Fucking hate not being able to celebrate goals anymore.

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VAR is the best thing to happen to football in ages. PL is utilizing it horribly though. It literally makes things more right, here's the difference in the PL table without it:

 

Shit foor Wolves though.

 

1. Liverpool – 94 points (five points fewer, same position)

2. Man City – 84 points (three points more, same position)

3. Chelsea – 68 points (two points more, one position higher)

4. Wolves – 68 points (nine points more, three positions higher)

5. Man Utd – 66 points (same points, two positions lower)

6. Leicester – 58 points (four points fewer, one position lower)

7. Sheff Utd – 55 points (one points more, two positions higher)

8. Burnley – 55 points (one points more, two positions higher)

9. Arsenal – 54 points (two points lower, one position lower)

10. Tottenham – 53 points (six points fewer, four positions lower)

11. Everton – 52 points (three points more, one position higher)

12. Southampton – 46 points (six points fewer, one position lower)

13. West Ham – 45 points (six points more, three position higher)

14. Newcastle – 44 points (same points, one position lower)

15. Crystal Palace – 42 points (one point fewer, one position lower)

16. Brighton – 38 points (three points fewer, one position lower)

17. Aston Villa – 37 points (two points more, same position)

18. Watford – 35 points (one point more, one position higher)

19. Bournemouth – 33 points (one point fewer, one place lower)

20. Norwich – 23 points (two points more, same position)

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VAR is the best thing to happen to football in ages. PL is utilizing it horribly though. It literally makes things more right, here's the difference in the PL table without it:

 

Shit foor Wolves though.

 

1. Liverpool – 94 points (five points fewer, same position)

2. Man City – 84 points (three points more, same position)

3. Chelsea – 68 points (two points more, one position higher)

4. Wolves – 68 points (nine points more, three positions higher)

5. Man Utd – 66 points (same points, two positions lower)

6. Leicester – 58 points (four points fewer, one position lower)

7. Sheff Utd – 55 points (one points more, two positions higher)

8. Burnley – 55 points (one points more, two positions higher)

9. Arsenal – 54 points (two points lower, one position lower)

10. Tottenham – 53 points (six points fewer, four positions lower)

11. Everton – 52 points (three points more, one position higher)

12. Southampton – 46 points (six points fewer, one position lower)

13. West Ham – 45 points (six points more, three position higher)

14. Newcastle – 44 points (same points, one position lower)

15. Crystal Palace – 42 points (one point fewer, one position lower)

16. Brighton – 38 points (three points fewer, one position lower)

17. Aston Villa – 37 points (two points more, same position)

18. Watford – 35 points (one point more, one position higher)

19. Bournemouth – 33 points (one point fewer, one place lower)

20. Norwich – 23 points (two points more, same position)

 

Karma for Boly the year before.

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I agree with VAR mostly but interesting to hear the other day that Ciro Immobile and Ronaldo the two top scorers in Serie A had 14 and 12 penalties respectively in their totals for the season and the record for most penalties in a Serie A season broke a 70 year old record this season also.

 

Maybe let handball be judged by the ref unless it's completely obvious?

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VAR is the best thing to happen to football in ages. PL is utilizing it horribly though. It literally makes things more right, here's the difference in the PL table without it:

 

Shit foor Wolves though.

 

1. Liverpool – 94 points (five points fewer, same position)

2. Man City – 84 points (three points more, same position)

3. Chelsea – 68 points (two points more, one position higher)

4. Wolves – 68 points (nine points more, three positions higher)

5. Man Utd – 66 points (same points, two positions lower)

6. Leicester – 58 points (four points fewer, one position lower)

7. Sheff Utd – 55 points (one points more, two positions higher)

8. Burnley – 55 points (one points more, two positions higher)

9. Arsenal – 54 points (two points lower, one position lower)

10. Tottenham – 53 points (six points fewer, four positions lower)

11. Everton – 52 points (three points more, one position higher)

12. Southampton – 46 points (six points fewer, one position lower)

13. West Ham – 45 points (six points more, three position higher)

14. Newcastle – 44 points (same points, one position lower)

15. Crystal Palace – 42 points (one point fewer, one position lower)

16. Brighton – 38 points (three points fewer, one position lower)

17. Aston Villa – 37 points (two points more, same position)

18. Watford – 35 points (one point more, one position higher)

19. Bournemouth – 33 points (one point fewer, one place lower)

20. Norwich – 23 points (two points more, same position)

 

Eh?

 

This doesn't make any sense. The PL have said VAR have got loads of decisions wrong over the season. And it doesn't take into account that a lot of VAR calls are completely subjective.

 

Just because the guy controlling VAR decisions for a certain match doesn't mean that he got all of the decisions correct

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Whole thing needs scrapping, ridiculous why it was brought in in the first place, it can't work in football

  VAR is great.  Stop this negativity with VAR.  The bloke (referee) back in the office is the one you should  have a go at.
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VAR has to go.

VAR is brilliant.  It's not being used correctly by the idiots in charge.

 

Nah, it has to go.

  Nowt wrong with VAR, loads wrong with the officials in charge.

 

Which is the same across the world.  What do you want AI referees?

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For me it comes down to whether it has resulted in less bad decisions, and I think the answer is clearly yes it has. The problem is the same incompetents that failed to officiate games before VAR are in charge of it. Giving up on it after one season would be a big step backwards IMO.

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Anyone else feel like the last season under Rafa we were screwed over fucking loads by shite reffing when there was no VAR, and this season it's barely raised it's head in any of our games? :lol:

 

Southampton away was the only match where it was pivotal.

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