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It has nothing to do with VAR, it’s to do with the people who operate it, ref watching the screen recommends the ref on the pitch go watch it again and the referee decides it’s a red. The process worked correctly just the idiot refs come to the wrong decision. 
 

I do however believe that slow motion video should be banned for VAR

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It works much better in rugby in my opinion. The open dialogue & discussion between ref, touch judges & video ref works well, larger screens too. Seems to be a lot wrong with var in football though, but it can work much better 

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19 minutes ago, Nugget said:

It works much better in rugby in my opinion. The open dialogue & discussion between ref, touch judges & video ref works well, larger screens too. Seems to be a lot wrong with var in football though, but it can work much better 

They absolutely need the dialogue audible, however they won't and will let refs hide.

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If the follow through is considered dangerous to an opponent then it isn't treated any differently to a player kicking an opponent before the ball.

It doesn't need to be malicious or even intended. The interpretation of dangerous play is there to prevent players from unnecessary injury.

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24 minutes ago, daored said:

Really hope Leicester hold until a top four place , shame West Ham now looking unlikely. Be good to see four of the so called ‘top six’ not finishing in those positions 

I want Leicester to do it as well, they've got a real chance to establish themselves with Rodgers in charge, would like them to break in and be a semi permanent champions league fixture. Only fear in that would be Rodgers being tempted away by a 'bigger' team, Spurs or Arsenal come to mind.

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On 24/04/2021 at 19:12, wayne allisons tongues said:

How is that a red card he’s cleared the ball and follow through kicks opponent. 
 

Can’t work out why ref and VAR think it’s a red what’s he suppose to do.

What was the player sent off for?

If the player has the ball under control (he did) he is neither making a tackle or challenging for the ball = It cannot be serious foul play. There is no punishment for kicking ball a player has under control. The challenge was from Chillwell.

The player may have been sent off for violent conduct. 

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14 hours ago, Alex_BCFC said:

West Ham confirm Fabian Balbuena’s controversial red card in Chelsea defeat has been overturned after outrage at VAR review (talksport.com)

What a surprise. VAR couldn't get it right after wasting minutes on it. Just holds up the game and doesn't even get the right decision.

Doesn't really help West Ham apart from the ban being scrapped. That was a massive game for them.

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