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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by Spurlock, Jan 2, 2012.
3 all correct. 5 years ago they would have all gone in their favour without VAR.
Rightly bemoan the likes of hairline offside calls, or the
Soton/Toon penalties given against Spurs, but reading the
match report it seems all three decisions today were correct
and non-controversial. ***
*** subject to seeing all the incidents for myself
The two offsides were clear. The scouse commentator argued against the Brighton penalty was the referee not seeing Welbeck getting kicked was not a clear and obvious error. Have a look, if a striker is kicked in such a manner it stops him challenging for the ball, then in my book that is a penalty.
VAR wasn't around 5 years ago you melt
Read my comment. '5 years ago............................ without VAR' you melt
Youre still wrong so **** off
I know, doubt I'll ever be able to show my face around here after that.
So a < VVD on Lamela > then.
Exactly, Brighton fans will never hear the last of it.
Hopefully the Mousers operate a stacking system
(which means Spurs supporters have now heard last of it) .
Someone should tell Burnley they are playing Spurs today! Against us,they fight to the death! v City....WE SURRENDER!!!!
Doubtful, it was a bit 'Hand of God' on Merseyside. The scouse journos will include it in Lamelas obituary.
Slow down Citeh, I predicted 6-0 in the Prediction League, It's already 5-0 after 68 minutes.
VAR saves Burnley for a 6th, 76 minutes. Correctly.
5-0 finish, fekking post.
They’ve done this before, lose a game then come back the following match all guns blazing.
That is why I predicted 6-0.
So everyone here who is delighted with the penalty awarded for the 'foul' on Welbeck would be in complete agreement if that was given for the same challenge by Aurier on Werner tomorrow? Because I would be fuming, its as soft as soft can be and if that is a clear and obvious error by the ref then I am a dutchman. The offsides fair enough under the current ridiculous VAR version of offside they are technically correct personally I hate any goal being chalked for an offside that cannot be seen by the naked eye but I have made that clear on numerous occasions.
They might have an iffy defence but Leeds play football that I can recognise and it's brilliant to watch.
VAR is without soul