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VAR Thread


Fish House Ultras
Oct 26, 2003
Somewhere to discuss the VAR inclusion into the game.

Already started at WHUFC v Man City, Man C having a goal disallowed for 'offside' with Sterling being judged to have about 1cm of his shoulder offside as the pass was made in the build up.

How can that be deemed as offside? There is no way the technology is accurate enough to pin point the precise moment the pass is made, the defender was standing still and Sterling was running at speed. A frame 1/100th of a second before that would show him onside. These type of VAR rulings need to be removed before it ruins our game, it was not a clear and obviuos error.