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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? 11:29 - Mar 1 with 293 viewsElderGrizzly

I think that is the one missing link for me. We still have no idea to the context behind decisions.

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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:31 - Mar 1 with 268 viewsPaul_Knows

He now referees/assists in the football league.

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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:32 - Mar 1 with 259 viewsKeno

The final decision should stay with the onfield ref, even that means he goes to a screen to view it

simples

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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:32 - Mar 1 with 249 viewsElderGrizzly

Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:31 - Mar 1 by Paul_Knows

He now referees/assists in the football league.


Foreigners coming over here, stealing our jobs etc etc
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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:33 - Mar 1 with 243 viewsElderGrizzly

Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:32 - Mar 1 by Keno

The final decision should stay with the onfield ref, even that means he goes to a screen to view it

simples


His comment "should I go over to the screen to sell it?" is at least honest!
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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:39 - Mar 1 with 220 viewsrickw

It's worth trying, it still took a long time though

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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:45 - Mar 1 with 195 viewsKeno

Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:33 - Mar 1 by ElderGrizzly

His comment "should I go over to the screen to sell it?" is at least honest!


I did chuckle at that!!

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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:48 - Mar 1 with 181 viewsElderGrizzly

Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:45 - Mar 1 by Keno

I did chuckle at that!!


Reminds me of my Uni days working in Virgin Megastore and when someone asks you to see if you have something in stock when you know you haven't.

Stare intently at the screen, pop out to the stock room to check. Take a few minutes, grab a drink. Come back and stick with the original answer...
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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:51 - Mar 1 with 178 viewsArnoldMoorhen

Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:39 - Mar 1 by rickw

It's worth trying, it still took a long time though


And as a result the right decision was reached.

Otherwise he would have had to guess one way or the other.
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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:54 - Mar 1 with 167 viewsEastTownBlue

Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 11:31 - Mar 1 by Paul_Knows

He now referees/assists in the football league.


Not that it is saying much but from what I have seen he is one of the better Championship referees.
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Would this approach improve VAR/refereeing? on 12:00 - Mar 1 with 156 viewsSwansea_Blue

That lino sounds like Korg in Guardians of the Galaxy.

Seems like a sensible approach. It's just so slow and kills the emotion at that point of the game.

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