Liverpool want VAR decisions reviewed
17/10/2020 | sport | football | 1,893
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp unhappy with the decision to disallow a late winner against Everton and Jordan Pickford's challenge on Virgil van Dijk.
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17/10/2020 19:10:42 13 10
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What does he think they're going to do, call the game back?
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17/10/2020 19:18:48 8 8
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Why not? After all, the sole purpose of introducing VAR was to ensure all is fair to each club and they are not unfairly penalised financially due to finishing the season in the wrong place in the table. Thus denying them X amount of millions of pounds. Pounds sterling, the reason PL football exists.
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17/10/2020 20:43:23 6 2
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No he wants the Sheffield Utd Goal from last year against Villa reinstated, and so relegate Villa so the 7:2 game will also be nill and void on his record.

And while at review the 66 World Cup and Hurst goal so Germany Win
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18/10/2020 02:05:48 0 1
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Been done before. Barnsley got an FA cup game against Liverpool which they lost. 2 - 1 replayed because a refs decision was wrong circa 1895. So yeah why not?

PS Liverpool trounced them in the second game 3 nil.
18/10/2020 13:26:15 0 0
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No, i believe they want an explination as to how decisions were reached. Then long term hopefully amend the rules so we don't have a mess every single week.
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17/10/2020 19:14:23 27 21
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LiVARpool ... welcome to the real world the rest of the premier league has had to endure!!
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17/10/2020 19:17:20 20 10
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Go take your bitterness elsewhere and let the football fans discuss cos if you think that was offside your no football fan
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Ben
17/10/2020 19:26:35 5 0
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Love a scientific, objective contribution...

Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
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18/10/2020 02:11:07 0 0
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What a sharp pain of the type caused by a pin you are.
18/10/2020 13:28:26 0 0
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Are we to assume you want 'the real world' of bad decisions to continue?. I think you could well be in a minority there.
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17/10/2020 19:15:17 24 21
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VAR going against Liverpool? First time for everything I suppose.
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17/10/2020 19:20:36 21 13
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Yup - never asked for reviews last season when a large amount of decisions went their favour.

Now they get a couple against they’re crying for reviews.

Incredible - their entitlement knows no bounds
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Ben
17/10/2020 19:23:14 5 1
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Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
18/10/2020 13:28:53 0 0
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Point the missing.
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17/10/2020 19:16:10 64 14
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I hate VAR.
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17/10/2020 19:16:45 15 16
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LiVARpool got all the decisions last season. WIthout those they wouldn't have won the league. So this is deserved.
Oh yeah take away some decisions last season and Liverpool would’ve only won the league by 619 points. 1 Rey Mystero! Get a life, get a job, get a decent username you imbecile Removed
18/10/2020 08:39:32 0 0
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VAR last season. By your logic, Brighton would have won the league.

Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
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17/10/2020 19:17:03 205 34
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If it helps avoid the misuse of VAR then it’s a good thing no? Clear and obvious should be in forefront of the mind, offside was not clear and obvious. Pickford’s foul was clear and obvious. Joke all round. Disgraceful
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17/10/2020 20:53:39 133 158
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Suck it up, kopites.
18/10/2020 08:50:57 3 0
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The 'offside' was in fact clear and obviosly onside. The rule change adopted by the officials that at worst level or marginally onside is now to be considered offside needs some explaining.
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17/10/2020 19:17:09 195 21
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VAR was set up to make decisions fair, not dominate games with ridiculous decisions !
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17/10/2020 19:41:21 101 12
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I know it will hold up the game and fans will hate it, but perhaps all VAR decisions should be explained by the referee before play resumes, like they do in the NFL. Lack of transparency is what is hurting VAR.
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17/10/2020 21:41:06 5 0
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I agree but if teams are unhappy with VAR they should put forward a case over a season to show how it is ruining the game not wait for an absolute shocker that is not in their favour.
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17/10/2020 22:01:33 10 13
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It’s nice to see LFC on the wrong side of VAR decisions for a change - It’s not very nice is it ??
18/10/2020 21:45:47 0 0
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its only a ridiculous decision when it goes against at big 6 team....
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17/10/2020 19:17:16 19 10
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Show some class and accept the result all teams have had var go against them at times
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17/10/2020 20:22:04 4 1
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It's hard to accept when one of our top refs can't recognize the foul by Pickford, irrespective to VAR.
18/10/2020 13:32:43 0 0
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I don't think it's about that. It's about getting the bad decisions we see every week eradicated. We have to assume you think that VAR is being implimented correctly if you oppose questioning it?
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17/10/2020 19:14:23 27 21
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LiVARpool ... welcome to the real world the rest of the premier league has had to endure!!
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17/10/2020 19:17:20 20 10
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Go take your bitterness elsewhere and let the football fans discuss cos if you think that was offside your no football fan
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17/10/2020 19:22:49 2 1
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Just to have accept that people get pleasure out of this. Sick world I'm afraid.
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17/10/2020 19:18:11 28 21
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Clear offside for me Clive. Robust challenge from Pickford admittedly but yellow at most. Hope they look into Robertson’s hack at Allan and Mane’s kick out and embarrassing diving throughout too ??
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17/10/2020 19:23:10 5 2
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Actually if you're talking about the Mane one where he got booked they were both at it and it should have been play on or both booked....Robertson should have gone as well but Pickford was a definite red not yellow
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17/10/2020 19:24:49 1 1
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Yeah, I forgot Mane’s antics when he grabbed his head and fell to the floor as if punched by prime Mike T, when there was no contact
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17/10/2020 19:25:52 4 1
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You truly have no clue about football do you?!
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17/10/2020 19:18:37 55 25
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Are we going to talk about Robertson kicking Allan from behind & Mane tripping up Mina (which Becks hot sent off for) off the ball or just the decisions Liverpool are unhappy about?
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17/10/2020 19:25:50 19 4
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I'll talk about it...Robertson should have gone but then you see players raking other players all the time now and not a lot is done about it....still Pickfords was a definite red and as we all know the game from there on changes completely if the ref and VAR did their jobs correctly..no Pool fan either but these officials are killing the game so much I turned to the rugby later on.
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17/10/2020 20:07:40 3 0
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Do 2 wrongs make a right? Or do you condone Pickford's challenge?
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17/10/2020 20:10:35 3 7
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That Allan shouldn't have even been on the pitch. He done over half a dozen bad fouls before he eventually got a yellow near the end. He was a 'two yellows' candidate way before then. But alas, people only see what they want to see.
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17/10/2020 20:12:49 3 7
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Oh go and boil your head ..staws and clutching come to mind . You played like animals as usual blue sh***
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pam
17/10/2020 20:16:52 6 1
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Absolutely spot on.Robertson and Mane both knew what they were doing.replays conveniently never highlighted.no surprise there then
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JR
17/10/2020 20:24:00 1 6
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Funny i didnt see becks in this game or get sent of so obviously you have no idea what you are talking about, stay of the drugs and you wont lose anymore brain cells, you cant compare those sort of incidents in a totally different game.
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17/10/2020 19:10:42 13 10
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What does he think they're going to do, call the game back?
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17/10/2020 19:18:48 8 8
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Why not? After all, the sole purpose of introducing VAR was to ensure all is fair to each club and they are not unfairly penalised financially due to finishing the season in the wrong place in the table. Thus denying them X amount of millions of pounds. Pounds sterling, the reason PL football exists.
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17/10/2020 21:07:12 2 2
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Oh behave. It handed you the PL last season, want to hand that back?
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17/10/2020 19:20:06 63 7
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So remember when they said that these type of decisions weren't going to happen again as they knew the frame speed didn't give them a clear and definitive decision...they lied cos there is no way that official viewing the officed saw the same still that all TV fans did...typical rubbish from the PLMOL or whoever they are....I didn't bother with the Man City Arsenal game I watched the rugby instead
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17/10/2020 19:43:17 14 5
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So glad you did, the City/Arsenal game was a doozy, compared to the earlier games.
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17/10/2020 19:20:11 20 17
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It's funny because it's Liverpool.
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17/10/2020 19:28:03 16 8
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So true. One VAR against them and they demand review. Poor
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17/10/2020 19:32:17 4 2
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Grow up
18/10/2020 13:33:55 0 0
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Not Liverpool though. It's football in general.
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17/10/2020 19:20:16 6 8
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The VAR offside decision was clearly a contradiction of the rules.
WE NEED AN EXPANATION
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17/10/2020 19:20:30 10 11
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Reap what you sow, all these clubs wanting VAR only to whinge when its not in their favour boohoo
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17/10/2020 19:15:17 24 21
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VAR going against Liverpool? First time for everything I suppose.
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17/10/2020 19:20:36 21 13
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Yup - never asked for reviews last season when a large amount of decisions went their favour.

Now they get a couple against they’re crying for reviews.

Incredible - their entitlement knows no bounds
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17/10/2020 19:26:06 2 4
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Their entitlement? Or their Titles?

Champions of the world my friend!
18/10/2020 08:54:17 0 0
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It's not a sense of entitlement, just a natural reaction to two very contentious decisions that add further weight to the argument that the VAR process is not working as well as it should be.
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17/10/2020 19:21:23 8 16
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About time liverpool got hit with a var decision. Well overdue. Van dijk injured. Key player.
18/10/2020 08:42:54 0 0
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VAR last season:

Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
18/10/2020 13:35:02 0 0
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You endorse bad decisions that affect the game as a whole? Odd perspective, short sighted even.
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17/10/2020 19:37:37 4 3
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Please don't forget the home counties and Scandinavia!
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17/10/2020 19:47:44 1 0
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That's what goes with being world famous....in comparison there will be mighty relief in Rhyl !
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17/10/2020 19:57:13 0 0
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Shut it Taffy and go bring the sheep in!
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17/10/2020 19:21:58 11 10
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Of course they do........but they won't anything reviewed or the system changed when it goes THEIR way. Honestly.... big yawn.
18/10/2020 13:36:10 0 1
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Childlike conjecture and projection on your part there.
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17/10/2020 19:22:12 21 18
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And they call us `Bitter`. Yes, they didn`t get the decisions today, but come on, they`ve had their fair share over the years.....
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17/10/2020 19:56:39 4 2
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so true ed so true
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17/10/2020 20:11:38 0 2
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so that makes the 2 assaults on Liverpool players ok ?
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17/10/2020 20:17:03 1 2
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Since 1995 read it and weep blues
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17/10/2020 19:17:20 20 10
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Go take your bitterness elsewhere and let the football fans discuss cos if you think that was offside your no football fan
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17/10/2020 19:22:49 2 1
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Just to have accept that people get pleasure out of this. Sick world I'm afraid.
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17/10/2020 19:18:11 28 21
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Clear offside for me Clive. Robust challenge from Pickford admittedly but yellow at most. Hope they look into Robertson’s hack at Allan and Mane’s kick out and embarrassing diving throughout too ??
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17/10/2020 19:23:10 5 2
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Actually if you're talking about the Mane one where he got booked they were both at it and it should have been play on or both booked....Robertson should have gone as well but Pickford was a definite red not yellow
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17/10/2020 19:23:12 88 4
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Might be a better idea if they based offside on a player's foot position?
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17/10/2020 22:46:50 42 7
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It wouldn't prevent marginal decisions. They are inevitable. Gary Lineker said they haven't got the technology to make marginal decisions, without offering any evidence, but if we can aim a laser on a mirror on the moon and time it's return to calculate its distance from us, then an offside decision can be made to the width of a giant's chuff.
I hope VVD makes a speedy recovery.
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17/10/2020 22:49:02 1 1
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Lmao alright mate calm down. Too much sense. How can we complicate your idea?
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17/10/2020 23:07:39 3 1
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Absolutely correct, it's a players feet that carries him to positions so it is is feet that should decide if he is in an offside position or is that to simple?
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17/10/2020 19:15:17 24 21
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VAR going against Liverpool? First time for everything I suppose.
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Ben
17/10/2020 19:23:14 5 1
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Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
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17/10/2020 19:23:23 91 6
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So many bad VAR decisions already this season. If it hasn't ruined your team's match result yet, it's only a matter of time.
Bin it before it kills the game.
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17/10/2020 19:23:52 4 4
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LiVARpool
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17/10/2020 22:58:08 1 0
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EVARton
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17/10/2020 19:24:23 7 6
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RIP Virgil. YNWA.
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17/10/2020 19:27:42 4 0
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How sad your life must be.
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17/10/2020 20:20:30 1 1
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Love to have a drink with the Parker family . Sleep well boys n girls
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17/10/2020 19:18:11 28 21
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Clear offside for me Clive. Robust challenge from Pickford admittedly but yellow at most. Hope they look into Robertson’s hack at Allan and Mane’s kick out and embarrassing diving throughout too ??
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17/10/2020 19:24:49 1 1
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Yeah, I forgot Mane’s antics when he grabbed his head and fell to the floor as if punched by prime Mike T, when there was no contact
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17/10/2020 19:24:52 21 16
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Bad VAR decisions have gone to every team in the pl except Liverpool and Man United. Brighton had a penalty awarded against them after the final whistle, but now because it's Liverpool people will take notice.
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17/10/2020 19:28:13 19 18
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Exactly, I'm a United fan, but its pretty clear that us and Liverpool have benefited disproportionality. Not to mention, both of the 'decisions' in this game were correct. No one talking about the penalty Arsenal didn't get for instance. But blessed Liverpool didn't get handed a win? It must be treason! What about Mane's punch to the face a few games back? No, not even a whisper.
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17/10/2020 19:28:35 8 2
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No mate because a goal was wrongly disallowed unless the officals had different images to Sky and Pickfords challenge was a career threatening tackle..also the officals told us last season these contentious decisions wouldn't happen as they would allow for the frame speeds inaccuracies..they lied and I'm no Pool fan just see their ruining the game I love.
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17/10/2020 19:30:40 9 5
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Liverpool are regularly on the wrong end of bad VAR decisions. However, they're so good they normally win the game anyway. But not today, hence the anger.
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17/10/2020 19:49:32 3 2
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Another muppet with selective memory
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17/10/2020 19:52:12 2 1
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I suggest you check the VAR table before stating unfounded facts. Ever heard of this thing called 'Google', I don't think you have based on your post.
18/10/2020 08:44:00 0 0
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VAR last season:

Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
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17/10/2020 19:16:45 15 16
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LiVARpool got all the decisions last season. WIthout those they wouldn't have won the league. So this is deserved.
Oh yeah take away some decisions last season and Liverpool would’ve only won the league by 619 points. 1 Rey Mystero! Get a life, get a job, get a decent username you imbecile Removed
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17/10/2020 19:43:52 1 3
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You can't win 619 points in a single season just admit it liVARpool are sorry losers they should be lucky not to concede another 7 goals in 1 game.....embarrassing
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17/10/2020 19:18:37 55 25
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Are we going to talk about Robertson kicking Allan from behind & Mane tripping up Mina (which Becks hot sent off for) off the ball or just the decisions Liverpool are unhappy about?
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17/10/2020 19:25:50 19 4
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I'll talk about it...Robertson should have gone but then you see players raking other players all the time now and not a lot is done about it....still Pickfords was a definite red and as we all know the game from there on changes completely if the ref and VAR did their jobs correctly..no Pool fan either but these officials are killing the game so much I turned to the rugby later on.
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17/10/2020 21:04:59 1 0
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Now when they review it "Robertson should have gone but then you see players raking other players all the time now and not a lot is done about it....still Pickfords was a definite red"

The reffs report will say I saw Pickford's challenge and Liverpool were offside so no action will be taken , he did not see Robertsons and he is sent off , I know both should see a red but its a Funny Old Game
18/10/2020 06:49:48 4 0
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Correct Darren, but vvd should have been off after 2 mins, 2 blatant yellow cards. If ref had been capable, he would not have been there to be challenged.
Perhaps its karma, that he will now be out for weeks instead of a one game ban.
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17/10/2020 19:18:11 28 21
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Clear offside for me Clive. Robust challenge from Pickford admittedly but yellow at most. Hope they look into Robertson’s hack at Allan and Mane’s kick out and embarrassing diving throughout too ??
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17/10/2020 19:25:52 4 1
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You truly have no clue about football do you?!
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17/10/2020 19:25:58 27 26
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So, Liverpool who constantly benefit from incorrect decisions. Now explanation for the two correct decisions that went against them. I despair. There have been so many clearer more contentious decisions this season and last, but because its against Liverpool, its now an issue?
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17/10/2020 19:36:48 12 15
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That's liVARpool for you....klopp should watch his words carefully if it wasn't for VAR they would still be waiting to win their first prem trophy
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17/10/2020 19:41:05 7 0
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correct decision? so you think Pickfords foul on Van Diyk didn't even warrant a booking? clear bias there if thats the case

If he was an outfield player and fouled someone in that manner, it would have been a straight red
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17/10/2020 19:41:34 0 0
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It's always been an issue. If others had shouted louder, maybe we wouldn't have it still ruining the game.
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17/10/2020 19:48:54 6 0
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What about decisions last season that went against them. Selective memory it seems
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17/10/2020 19:52:14 0 1
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well joe you know what they are like
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17/10/2020 19:55:47 6 0
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No they don't we are near the bottom of the VAR decisions table since it was introduced you educated ape. Stop spouting nonsense. When you team gets done by VAR you will be moaning and no one should listen if you are like this.
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Ben
17/10/2020 19:57:09 7 0
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Let's just put this spurious claim to bed, shall we?

VAR OVERTURNS (NET SCORE)

Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
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17/10/2020 20:08:46 0 0
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Grow up! People can only complain about what happens when it happens not 12 months later!
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17/10/2020 20:24:12 0 0
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Which decisions have been incorrect?
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17/10/2020 19:20:36 21 13
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Yup - never asked for reviews last season when a large amount of decisions went their favour.

Now they get a couple against they’re crying for reviews.

Incredible - their entitlement knows no bounds
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17/10/2020 19:26:06 2 4
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Their entitlement? Or their Titles?

Champions of the world my friend!
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17/10/2020 19:26:12 14 11
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Biased reporting.... finally a game where VAR descion has gone against Liverpool and theres multiple articles about it lol He was offside end of. Controversy greatly exageratted because of the team its gone against.
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17/10/2020 19:30:06 6 6
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Totally agree - sound like sour grapes from Klopp - maybe he'd like a review of the 7 goals put past lfc last time out
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17/10/2020 19:32:26 2 1
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more garbage from someone who's just bothered about their own team not the game in general...nowhere near offside but then I'd expect a city fan alongside utd fans to take that attitude....our game has gone and it's ironic you should say that about decision going against Pool cos the handball rule only got changed after Wolves scored against City so a bit pot and kettle there as well ;)
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17/10/2020 19:39:20 4 0
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I think you're missing the point somewhat, the main issue wasn't the offside, it was the pickford foul on Van Diyk
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17/10/2020 19:14:23 27 21
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LiVARpool ... welcome to the real world the rest of the premier league has had to endure!!
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Ben
17/10/2020 19:26:35 5 0
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Love a scientific, objective contribution...

Brighton & Hove Albion +8
Manchester United +7
Crystal Palace +4
Burnley +3
Newcastle +3
Southampton +3
Liverpool +2
Leicester City +1
Tottenham Hotspur +1
Manchester City 0
Arsenal -1
Everton -1
AFC Bournemouth -2
Chelsea -2
Watford -2
Aston Villa -3
West Ham -4
Sheffield United -5
Wolves -5
Norwich City -7
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17/10/2020 19:33:54 2 3
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And I already replied to your earlier comment on it..jeez not very biased yourself are you?
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17/10/2020 19:36:40 0 1
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That's the only one you highlight?! Oh dear
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17/10/2020 19:24:23 7 6
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RIP Virgil. YNWA.
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17/10/2020 19:27:42 4 0
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How sad your life must be.
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17/10/2020 19:27:51 327 59
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Not a big fan of Liverpool and happy they're not running away with it again. However they've been absolutely bent over today. Shocking decision not to send pickford off. That would have seen them cruise home as Everton couldn't cope with them up to that point. Regardless of club loyalty anyone who says different needs to give their head a wobble
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17/10/2020 19:48:46 139 180
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yes andy robinson should have been sent off as well
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17/10/2020 20:08:19 6 5
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Spot on assessment
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17/10/2020 20:29:56 17 13
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IamClarkey they will take them decisions all day long against your side whoever you support and they will not blink an eye dont feel sorry for the hard done be reds
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17/10/2020 21:58:07 12 0
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Unfortunately there are plenty of people in our country who need to, some would dispute 1+1 = 2 if Liverpool said it, it's sad + pathetic.

Decisions like those today need eradicating for the good of the game.

'Good of the game' is something those same people's usually irrational bias of certain teams stops them understanding though.
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17/10/2020 23:19:44 0 0
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Behave
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18/10/2020 06:00:52 6 0
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Sadly the same incompetent referees are now making VAR decisions, not one decent referee in the PL nowadays.
18/10/2020 08:18:07 4 0
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Did I just hear Gary Lineker say "we don't yet have the technology to make such calls accurately.."? He can't seriously believe that, can he? We can watch a hummingbird beat it's wings 200 times a second, but cant get an accurate freeze frame showing the foot impact a ball at the same time as seeing the back four line and an attacker. Guess isnt enough money in the epl for such cutting edge stuff.
18/10/2020 08:37:03 1 0
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And clearly 43 respondents do need to look again after wobbling their heads.
18/10/2020 11:36:00 2 0
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I believe Liverpool have lost one & drew one like City so not a bad start taken 7 points against Everton Chelsea & Arsenal too VVD will be a huge miss however hasn't been quite himself since lockdown
18/10/2020 14:04:33 0 0
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Liverpool have been kicking Everton players for decades it is what they do !
18/10/2020 17:51:23 0 0
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My head is wobbling whilst i split my sides with laughter.
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17/10/2020 19:27:52 141 18
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Michael Oliver and the VAR officials - if I were as incompetent as you at my place of work I'd expect to be sacked. You're making a laughing stock of our game.... Or is that what you want?
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17/10/2020 19:20:11 20 17
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It's funny because it's Liverpool.
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17/10/2020 19:28:03 16 8
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So true. One VAR against them and they demand review. Poor
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17/10/2020 19:46:03 4 1
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Funny that 'cos to everybody else we are Livarpool and won the league because of it; come on haters, make your minds ups - cant have it both ways
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17/10/2020 19:28:11 5 1
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We dont understand VAR decisions either Jurgen. If there was ever a case where the use of technology doesnt assist, then VAR is it. Cant someone just make an eye judgment from a still image for offside.
Its ruining simple decisions.
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17/10/2020 19:24:52 21 16
bbc
Bad VAR decisions have gone to every team in the pl except Liverpool and Man United. Brighton had a penalty awarded against them after the final whistle, but now because it's Liverpool people will take notice.
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17/10/2020 19:28:13 19 18
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Exactly, I'm a United fan, but its pretty clear that us and Liverpool have benefited disproportionality. Not to mention, both of the 'decisions' in this game were correct. No one talking about the penalty Arsenal didn't get for instance. But blessed Liverpool didn't get handed a win? It must be treason! What about Mane's punch to the face a few games back? No, not even a whisper.
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17/10/2020 19:35:01 9 3
bbc
Don't group Liverpool with United's VAR decisions. Liverpool had only 3 pens last season compared to the 16 Man United got. Moreover, last season Liverpool had a net negative of VAR decisions (more against than for) last season.
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17/10/2020 19:38:00 3 1
bbc
You truly have no clue
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MoK
17/10/2020 19:53:37 2 1
bbc
I'd forgotten about the Mane fist - good call.
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17/10/2020 19:56:15 1 0
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How is it disproportional? You're at the top of VAR table while we are near the bottom?
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17/10/2020 19:57:13 1 1
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Hot off the press "I'm a United fan, but its pretty clear that us and Liverpool have benefited disproportionality. Not to mention, both of the 'decisions' in this game were correct." said a Mr J Klopp earlier today
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17/10/2020 20:01:11 2 1
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What a complete muppet. If this happened to feed me now Rushford or I am completely useless pooba you would be screaming. I am a football supporter and Virgil could have broken his leg. Any incident anywhere on the pitch would have got a red card. Why not this. Bet you think Maguire didn't brag about being rich either
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17/10/2020 19:24:52 21 16
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Bad VAR decisions have gone to every team in the pl except Liverpool and Man United. Brighton had a penalty awarded against them after the final whistle, but now because it's Liverpool people will take notice.
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17/10/2020 19:28:35 8 2
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No mate because a goal was wrongly disallowed unless the officals had different images to Sky and Pickfords challenge was a career threatening tackle..also the officals told us last season these contentious decisions wouldn't happen as they would allow for the frame speeds inaccuracies..they lied and I'm no Pool fan just see their ruining the game I love.
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DPG
17/10/2020 19:28:35 6 0
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I think everyone agrees that the way VAR is being used needs properly reviewing. Should have happened before today but those decisions just made the need for a review extra clear. It looks like sour grapes, of course, but it’s the same thing every manager and player has been calling for.
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17/10/2020 19:36:22 8 0
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There is not one fan that thinks VAR is good for the game, whatever type of grape you are eating
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17/10/2020 19:38:13 5 0
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Third year in I think and still centre of all conversations after games...that in itself should tell us all that it's not working
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17/10/2020 19:26:12 14 11
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Biased reporting.... finally a game where VAR descion has gone against Liverpool and theres multiple articles about it lol He was offside end of. Controversy greatly exageratted because of the team its gone against.
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17/10/2020 19:30:06 6 6
bbc
Totally agree - sound like sour grapes from Klopp - maybe he'd like a review of the 7 goals put past lfc last time out
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17/10/2020 19:30:18 47 9
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The challenge on Van Dyke was late and dangerous. Trying to be neutral, I still think it should have been a reviewed and a red card! The offside was contentious, but we have seen similar before.
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17/10/2020 19:30:22 6 8
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Liverpool has a lot of lucky breaks with VAR last season. It looks like things might be even-ing up this one.
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17/10/2020 19:34:19 3 2
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Yeah, we got 4 pens in total last season. 1 was soft but it was a pen given by var.

It's a totally different scenario today x 2
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17/10/2020 19:35:07 2 0
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I think you need to check the stats, we await your apology
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17/10/2020 19:35:13 0 0
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Really? Please tell me the top 3 that meant they won the league by 20 points?
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17/10/2020 19:30:35 7 2
bbc
Both decisions were awful. But it's gone. What do they expect to happen?
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17/10/2020 19:37:25 16 2
bbc
Pickford might get a retrospective ban for dangerous play (lets be honest, it was a straight red - if the player had been outfield it would have been given straight away) nothing else
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17/10/2020 19:46:07 1 0
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To stop it in the future. Simple
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17/10/2020 19:24:52 21 16
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Bad VAR decisions have gone to every team in the pl except Liverpool and Man United. Brighton had a penalty awarded against them after the final whistle, but now because it's Liverpool people will take notice.
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17/10/2020 19:30:40 9 5
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Liverpool are regularly on the wrong end of bad VAR decisions. However, they're so good they normally win the game anyway. But not today, hence the anger.
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17/10/2020 19:30:47 8 14
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This is irony on a real base level after LiVARpool getting every decision going last season.
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17/10/2020 19:32:34 0 0
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??????????
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17/10/2020 19:34:36 0 0
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You don't understand football at all then?
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17/10/2020 19:38:05 4 0
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"Every decision going last season" ??

Yeah, we got 4 pens in the prem last season. 1 was soft (but was a pen) n was awarded via var.

Tell me, are you a clown or just a sheep that follows the clowns?
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17/10/2020 19:44:55 0 0
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Bet you can't give one concrete example to back up your childish claim, can you?
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17/10/2020 19:18:11 28 21
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Clear offside for me Clive. Robust challenge from Pickford admittedly but yellow at most. Hope they look into Robertson’s hack at Allan and Mane’s kick out and embarrassing diving throughout too ??
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17/10/2020 20:29:40 0 1
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It was still a high foot and a free kick though, was it not?
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17/10/2020 19:30:56 100 18
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VAR is the most abhorrent thing to happen to football; fact. Remember it was supposed to remove the mistakes made by refs? All we now do is talk about how VAR is ruining the game

The double whammy is it creating sheep amongst refs who are now way too scared to actually show some cojones to make a decision

How on earth was Pickford not shown red? And Manes was using the wrong freeze frame ??
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17/10/2020 19:51:25 70 173
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because it wasn't a red it was an unfortunate clash and van dijk came off worse these things happen
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17/10/2020 20:13:38 9 1
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Referees used to make the decisions and those decisions were respected rightly or wrongly, after all they were made by humans, but since the advent of Sky TV coverage with mulli camera angles every decision is dissected by pundits a number of times before they find whether the decision was right or wrong.
Managers never admit they were wrong or the best team won
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18/10/2020 03:03:34 2 0
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Nothing wrong with VAR, it works great in every other sport.
The problem is in the people using it, and the arrogance of the people who run and make the rules in this sport.
18/10/2020 15:04:08 0 0
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Funny I thought VAR was to stamp out cheating as well? Pickford should have been sent off
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17/10/2020 19:31:29 167 26
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Quote from FA.com

A player is in an offside position if:any part of the head, body or feet is in the opponents’ half (excluding the halfway line) andany part of the head, body or feet is nearer to the opponents’ goal line than both the ball and the second-last opponentThe hands and arms of all players, including the goalkeepers, are not considered.

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So how was Mane offside?
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17/10/2020 19:36:50 117 13
bbc
Even the stills on Sky showed he wasn't offside but I guess Stockley Park don't use the same images...so much for contentious decisions not happening anymore cos they were allowing for frame speeds giving millimetre decisions...game is finished no matter what anyone says..already far too many contentious decisions from officials and we're four games in :(
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17/10/2020 20:06:59 18 15
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This is correct - THEREFORE, Van Dijk's arm does not count, so he was ONSIDE, penalty and red card for Pickford, and Mane's elbow shouldn't count either, so Henderson's 'goal' should count.

I don't know about Pickford receiving a retrospective red card, Liverpool should be receiving a retrospective THREE POINTS.
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha............39 Removed
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17/10/2020 21:06:58 6 12
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Because his shoulder was offside, which the var review clearly shows
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17/10/2020 21:34:01 3 7
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The Referee ruled him so.
DECISION.
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17/10/2020 21:58:17 11 11
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Coz VAR says he was. You can’t win a VAR assisted title one year and then cry about 1 point lost the bext
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17/10/2020 22:16:10 7 0
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Last season it was the armpits being caught offside this time they will tell us it was the body hairs!!! PL referees are becoming a Laughing stock
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17/10/2020 23:06:22 3 10
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For handball the shoulder includes the top of part of your arm, you can score with it as Balotelli humourously did for Man City v Norwich in 2013. So both offside.

The VVD incident isn't a penalty either. Pre-VAR, play would have stopped before the challenge.

It's difficult to punish Pickford as VVD was equally at fault.

LiVARpool can't complain, it gave them an undeserved title last season.
18/10/2020 06:13:00 1 5
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Simple, his arm was offside. Those are the rules, they apply to all teams, there are no exemptions, not even for Liverpool I’m afraid.
18/10/2020 06:22:02 0 0
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When the rules refer to arms not being considered, it means the part of the arm that you aren’t allowed to play the ball with.
18/10/2020 06:35:02 4 0
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The VAR officials have obviously not read the rules
18/10/2020 09:36:34 4 0
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I think the rule has changed this year in that lower arm is also now considered part of body as it can create hand ball if it is hit. However clear and obvious should be the mantra and even using his arm it was not clear offside. VAR is not the issue it is just the amateurs using it.
18/10/2020 10:01:25 1 2
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So Mane's arms are not part of his body?

Justice was done. Mane gains so many free kicks and penalties diving.
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17/10/2020 19:31:51 7 8
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Dear dear, Michael Oliver !! What were you thinking ?? We can't have Liverpool on the wrong end of VAR decisions ! That will be a week in the championship for you young man !
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17/10/2020 19:20:11 20 17
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It's funny because it's Liverpool.
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17/10/2020 19:32:17 4 2
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Grow up
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17/10/2020 19:26:12 14 11
bbc
Biased reporting.... finally a game where VAR descion has gone against Liverpool and theres multiple articles about it lol He was offside end of. Controversy greatly exageratted because of the team its gone against.
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17/10/2020 19:32:26 2 1
bbc
more garbage from someone who's just bothered about their own team not the game in general...nowhere near offside but then I'd expect a city fan alongside utd fans to take that attitude....our game has gone and it's ironic you should say that about decision going against Pool cos the handball rule only got changed after Wolves scored against City so a bit pot and kettle there as well ;)
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17/10/2020 19:30:47 8 14
bbc
This is irony on a real base level after LiVARpool getting every decision going last season.
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17/10/2020 19:32:34 0 0
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??????????
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17/10/2020 19:33:16 9 9
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https://mobile.twitter.com/ScottyTMJ/status/1317465120600150017

Anyone remember any outrage from Liverpool fans with their own players when then tackles went in?
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17/10/2020 19:43:01 9 2
bbc
boring us all now mate so just toddle off and do some knitting or something...I'm no Pool fan but trolls like you are just boring :)
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17/10/2020 20:15:54 0 1
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Go away youre boring
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17/10/2020 20:20:14 0 0
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Have you seen any outrage from Everton fans over Pickford’s challenge....?
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17/10/2020 19:18:37 55 25
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Are we going to talk about Robertson kicking Allan from behind & Mane tripping up Mina (which Becks hot sent off for) off the ball or just the decisions Liverpool are unhappy about?
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17/10/2020 19:33:48 21 9
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The job of a referee is to apply the rules but to do first to ensure the health and safety of the players, who though sportsmen ARE workers and employees. The failure to do so today, whether on the field or in the VAR really is a shambles .There should be retrospective action -for whack a doodle actions which endanger a fellow professional's livelihood.
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17/10/2020 19:33:54 2 3
bbc
And I already replied to your earlier comment on it..jeez not very biased yourself are you?
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17/10/2020 19:34:06 6 7
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KARMA !!!!!
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17/10/2020 19:36:49 7 6
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Sorry blue but the stats show that VAR has not favoured Liverpool, it’s just your bitter tears and you can’t handle that they are champions
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17/10/2020 19:36:52 3 3
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It’s why you are a small club
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17/10/2020 19:30:22 6 8
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Liverpool has a lot of lucky breaks with VAR last season. It looks like things might be even-ing up this one.
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17/10/2020 19:34:19 3 2
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Yeah, we got 4 pens in total last season. 1 was soft but it was a pen given by var.

It's a totally different scenario today x 2
18/10/2020 03:46:11 0 0
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Care to comment on handball in the lead up to goal against Wolves? Or the Wolves marginal offside? Funny how it's definitely offside when goes for you but now needs a review because it's against ya.
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17/10/2020 19:34:28 147 5
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as a chelsea fan var is like kepa i used to want it to succeed but i've run out of patience and i never want to see it again
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18/10/2020 09:10:45 0 2
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So like Lampard too?
18/10/2020 10:22:21 3 0
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I don't agree. I remember the days of countless poor offside decisions pre VAR. All they need to do is increase the margin of error i.e. "clear and obvious" and all will be fine with VAR. Even with the current occasional daft interpretation VAR has made an overall improvement. It is the implementation that needs changing a bit.
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17/10/2020 19:30:47 8 14
bbc
This is irony on a real base level after LiVARpool getting every decision going last season.
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17/10/2020 19:34:36 0 0
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You don't understand football at all then?
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17/10/2020 19:34:51 1 1
bbc
This season we’ve had increased poor decisions from referees on the pitch and even worse from those meant to be judging fairly at VAR HQ. Almost on the level of bringing the game into disrepute almost weekly now!
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17/10/2020 19:34:53 15 10
bbc
The beginning of Project Big Picture backlash. United and Liverpool better brace themselves for loss of VAR bias. VAR and its objective implementation has been questionable for 18 months. Welcome to the rest of the Premier leagues world.
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17/10/2020 20:15:26 2 3
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Pathetic comment
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17/10/2020 19:35:00 111 53
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All the haters here, take a bow. If you were true football fans you would be calling for VAR to go regardless of your childish tribalism, the facts of the matter... Liverpool Robbed, Pickford is a disgrace and var is a joke that is killing the beautiful game. Something has to be done.
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17/10/2020 19:41:25 55 13
bbc
Spot on mate..VAR is the reason I've started watching other sports cos it's killing the game I've loved for fifty years :(
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17/10/2020 19:51:32 8 21
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The only thing killing the beautiful game is Klopp and his Wimbledon brand of football
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17/10/2020 22:04:47 12 11
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Liverpool gained 28 points by VAR last season so why are Liverpool fans and Klopp complaining now,!!!???
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17/10/2020 22:42:02 11 2
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Don't conplain when it goes for you tho do you ??
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17/10/2020 23:02:42 4 5
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Offside is offside. You can't change the laws of the game. Just accept it.
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17/10/2020 19:28:13 19 18
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Exactly, I'm a United fan, but its pretty clear that us and Liverpool have benefited disproportionality. Not to mention, both of the 'decisions' in this game were correct. No one talking about the penalty Arsenal didn't get for instance. But blessed Liverpool didn't get handed a win? It must be treason! What about Mane's punch to the face a few games back? No, not even a whisper.
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17/10/2020 19:35:01 9 3
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Don't group Liverpool with United's VAR decisions. Liverpool had only 3 pens last season compared to the 16 Man United got. Moreover, last season Liverpool had a net negative of VAR decisions (more against than for) last season.
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17/10/2020 19:56:18 3 6
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the problem is with liverpool fc they seem to think they can re-write the rules to suit themselves
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17/10/2020 22:05:09 0 0
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Dont group penalties with VAR either.
Separate things entirely.
I suppose you know exactly how many penalties united got that were incorrect too?
The vast majority actually were.
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17/10/2020 19:30:22 6 8
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Liverpool has a lot of lucky breaks with VAR last season. It looks like things might be even-ing up this one.
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17/10/2020 19:35:07 2 0
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I think you need to check the stats, we await your apology
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17/10/2020 19:30:22 6 8
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Liverpool has a lot of lucky breaks with VAR last season. It looks like things might be even-ing up this one.
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17/10/2020 19:35:13 0 0
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Really? Please tell me the top 3 that meant they won the league by 20 points?
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lee
17/10/2020 19:36:03 6 12
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Is he offside yes
is it a correct decision yes
What is not to understand
Should Pickford have been sent off maybe was he? No end of
Ps please don’t bang on about this for the next 30 years as Liverpool fans have a history of that ( apart from the 99.9% of te new plastic ones)
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17/10/2020 19:38:41 2 1
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Lee, it looks like that head injury of those is more serious than it was first thought. Strongly suggest you visit a head specialist before things get worse for you.
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17/10/2020 19:38:52 2 0
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Should Pickford have been sent off maybe was he?
Been on the sauce little man?
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17/10/2020 19:41:11 0 0
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You need to brush up on your English
Are you stupid....yes very
Do you understand football....No
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17/10/2020 19:48:54 0 0
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Is Lee’s post stupid yes
Is he bitter yes
Is he boring absolutely
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DPG
17/10/2020 19:28:35 6 0
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I think everyone agrees that the way VAR is being used needs properly reviewing. Should have happened before today but those decisions just made the need for a review extra clear. It looks like sour grapes, of course, but it’s the same thing every manager and player has been calling for.
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17/10/2020 19:36:22 8 0
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There is not one fan that thinks VAR is good for the game, whatever type of grape you are eating
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17/10/2020 19:36:40 0 1
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That's the only one you highlight?! Oh dear
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17/10/2020 19:25:58 27 26
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So, Liverpool who constantly benefit from incorrect decisions. Now explanation for the two correct decisions that went against them. I despair. There have been so many clearer more contentious decisions this season and last, but because its against Liverpool, its now an issue?
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17/10/2020 19:36:48 12 15
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That's liVARpool for you....klopp should watch his words carefully if it wasn't for VAR they would still be waiting to win their first prem trophy
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17/10/2020 20:17:38 0 0
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What absolute rubbish
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17/10/2020 19:34:06 6 7
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KARMA !!!!!
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17/10/2020 19:36:49 7 6
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Sorry blue but the stats show that VAR has not favoured Liverpool, it’s just your bitter tears and you can’t handle that they are champions
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17/10/2020 19:31:29 167 26
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Quote from FA.com

A player is in an offside position if:any part of the head, body or feet is in the opponents’ half (excluding the halfway line) andany part of the head, body or feet is nearer to the opponents’ goal line than both the ball and the second-last opponentThe hands and arms of all players, including the goalkeepers, are not considered.

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So how was Mane offside?
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17/10/2020 19:36:50 117 13
bbc
Even the stills on Sky showed he wasn't offside but I guess Stockley Park don't use the same images...so much for contentious decisions not happening anymore cos they were allowing for frame speeds giving millimetre decisions...game is finished no matter what anyone says..already far too many contentious decisions from officials and we're four games in :(
18/10/2020 12:42:33 0 0
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"game is finished no matter what anyone says"

Bye then ...
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17/10/2020 19:34:06 6 7
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KARMA !!!!!
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17/10/2020 19:36:52 3 3
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It’s why you are a small club
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17/10/2020 19:37:14 5 4
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That goal by Henderson should have stood . Mane was dead level not offside . his arm can't be offside can it ???
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17/10/2020 20:01:01 0 0
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Maybe its eVARton this season instead of liVARpool
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17/10/2020 19:30:35 7 2
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Both decisions were awful. But it's gone. What do they expect to happen?
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17/10/2020 19:37:25 16 2
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Pickford might get a retrospective ban for dangerous play (lets be honest, it was a straight red - if the player had been outfield it would have been given straight away) nothing else
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17/10/2020 20:19:08 2 1
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so should that coward andy robertson
bottom lips wibbling all over Ireland and south east Asia Removed
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17/10/2020 19:37:37 4 3
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Please don't forget the home counties and Scandinavia!
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17/10/2020 19:57:54 0 0
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what about kuala lumpar and milton keynes
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17/10/2020 19:37:41 5 9
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noooo?? yet more musing over the little club that took 30+ years to win a " premier " title. Shocking absolutely shocking. I'll stick around to read some of the drivel and be on hand to offer some realism as and when deemed necessary. As for the whinging about VAR grow a set, as has been pointed out if it was not for VAR the little club would still be T-Shirts of the Week ??
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17/10/2020 19:42:10 0 0
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Little club = 6 European Cups/Champions Leagues

Come back to me with your clubs tally and we can have a debate

The stone over there was the one you've just crawled out under from
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17/10/2020 19:37:49 1 1
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Just asked Ancelotti for his response to the VAR offside goal -

https://mobile.twitter.com/kcavindam/status/1317535277041188864
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17/10/2020 19:37:56 8 9
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No surprise that Kloop, the players and the fans are moaning about VAR when in one game they get a VAR decision go against them. If the official had flagged, as they should have....no injury.

Shame LFC can't remember the masses of VAR decisions that they have had go their way that were wrong and cost their opponents......still why let the truth get in the way of LFC?
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17/10/2020 19:45:47 0 1
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Why let the truth get in the way of your hatred for LFC?

FTFY
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17/10/2020 19:46:49 0 0
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Only you mate .
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17/10/2020 20:09:19 0 0
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so so true
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17/10/2020 20:15:26 0 0
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What is the shame is that people like you keep talking about “the masses of VAR decisions that they have had go their way that were wrong and cost their opponents” when there is absolutely zero evidence that it was the case.

All the independent analysis proves this so come on - tell us all the occasions where we benefited from VAR.

You won’t ... because you can’t !!
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17/10/2020 19:28:13 19 18
bbc
Exactly, I'm a United fan, but its pretty clear that us and Liverpool have benefited disproportionality. Not to mention, both of the 'decisions' in this game were correct. No one talking about the penalty Arsenal didn't get for instance. But blessed Liverpool didn't get handed a win? It must be treason! What about Mane's punch to the face a few games back? No, not even a whisper.
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17/10/2020 19:38:00 3 1
bbc
You truly have no clue
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17/10/2020 19:30:47 8 14
bbc
This is irony on a real base level after LiVARpool getting every decision going last season.
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17/10/2020 19:38:05 4 0
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"Every decision going last season" ??

Yeah, we got 4 pens in the prem last season. 1 was soft (but was a pen) n was awarded via var.

Tell me, are you a clown or just a sheep that follows the clowns?
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DPG
17/10/2020 19:28:35 6 0
bbc
I think everyone agrees that the way VAR is being used needs properly reviewing. Should have happened before today but those decisions just made the need for a review extra clear. It looks like sour grapes, of course, but it’s the same thing every manager and player has been calling for.
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17/10/2020 19:38:13 5 0
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Third year in I think and still centre of all conversations after games...that in itself should tell us all that it's not working
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17/10/2020 19:38:29 6 4
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He didn’t ask for it last season.....strange don’t you think?
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17/10/2020 19:44:31 1 0
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No.
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lee
17/10/2020 19:36:03 6 12
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Is he offside yes
is it a correct decision yes
What is not to understand
Should Pickford have been sent off maybe was he? No end of
Ps please don’t bang on about this for the next 30 years as Liverpool fans have a history of that ( apart from the 99.9% of te new plastic ones)
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17/10/2020 19:38:41 2 1
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Lee, it looks like that head injury of those is more serious than it was first thought. Strongly suggest you visit a head specialist before things get worse for you.
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17/10/2020 19:38:41 5 1
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Pickford so lucky to stay on the pitch. Straight red. What made it worse was he made some excellent saves. I still think he's one of these liability goalkeepers and no way should he be the England no. 1.

The offside is way more difficult to contest.

Very good game to watch as a neutral.
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lee
17/10/2020 19:36:03 6 12
bbc
Is he offside yes
is it a correct decision yes
What is not to understand
Should Pickford have been sent off maybe was he? No end of
Ps please don’t bang on about this for the next 30 years as Liverpool fans have a history of that ( apart from the 99.9% of te new plastic ones)
Removed
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lee
17/10/2020 19:36:03 6 12
bbc
Is he offside yes
is it a correct decision yes
What is not to understand
Should Pickford have been sent off maybe was he? No end of
Ps please don’t bang on about this for the next 30 years as Liverpool fans have a history of that ( apart from the 99.9% of te new plastic ones)
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17/10/2020 19:38:52 2 0
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Should Pickford have been sent off maybe was he?
Been on the sauce little man?
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17/10/2020 19:26:12 14 11
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Biased reporting.... finally a game where VAR descion has gone against Liverpool and theres multiple articles about it lol He was offside end of. Controversy greatly exageratted because of the team its gone against.
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17/10/2020 19:39:20 4 0
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I think you're missing the point somewhat, the main issue wasn't the offside, it was the pickford foul on Van Diyk
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17/10/2020 19:44:42 0 2
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GFAM mate and do us all a favour....or do us a favour and don't cos one of you is enough lol
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17/10/2020 19:40:19 3 3
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VVD was also not offside.. as Calvert-Lewin foot playing him on... (arm of VVD not offside).

So clear mistake.. should have been a penalty and automatic red card.
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17/10/2020 20:08:53 2 0
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what rubbish you talk stop whinging and pick another team
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17/10/2020 19:40:24 2 4
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Statistics ---- Liverpool had more possession, more shots and more corners whereas Neverton committed more fouls had more bookings and more red cards enough said class against trash as the season will show
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17/10/2020 19:42:00 4 0
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Congratulations on the victory mate ??
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17/10/2020 20:08:19 0 0
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well dont worry you dont come from liverpool.....pick another team
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17/10/2020 19:40:28 2 1
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100% the VAR team & referees need to be made accountable now!

To remind, VAR is ‘only’ there for decisions where there has been ‘a clear and obvious error’, that is the written rule of its application.

So Oliver and VAR can explain how Pickford wasn’t red carded as the ref made a clear error in it. The last goal was awarded yet VAR overturn, yet...it was not clear & obvious so can’t overturn
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17/10/2020 19:25:58 27 26
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So, Liverpool who constantly benefit from incorrect decisions. Now explanation for the two correct decisions that went against them. I despair. There have been so many clearer more contentious decisions this season and last, but because its against Liverpool, its now an issue?
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17/10/2020 19:41:05 7 0
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correct decision? so you think Pickfords foul on Van Diyk didn't even warrant a booking? clear bias there if thats the case

If he was an outfield player and fouled someone in that manner, it would have been a straight red