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    Wengers/FIFA’s offside proposal

    no different to normal in my case!
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    Wengers/FIFA’s offside proposal

    while i agree it 'just shifts the problem' to a different focal point where VAR will draw its lines and come to mm decisions, it alleviates one of the main concerns fans/players/pundits etc have with offside at the moment. Being 'level' is no longer a thing and forwards are penalised for being...
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    Burnley v Arsenal

    proximity? Fair enough he's very close but his arm is out at 90 degrees from his body and hits him on the hand/lower arm. Has to be a pen
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    IFAB law changes 1/7/21

    oh absolutely...but on the assumption it's staying... suggestion apparently that 'daylight' will be used as the offside line now...all that does it move the mm decision to another part of the pitch
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    IFAB law changes 1/7/21

    i guess that if the PL wanted to adopt this new law now, they could, rather than wait till next season
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    IFAB law changes 1/7/21

    happy to see this, offside next please
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    Anyone else find it extremely annoying how uninformed non-referee's are on the LOTG?

    it was absolutely the right decision in line with the laws. but its completely against the spirit of the game to have goals like that disallowed. his arm is against his side, down and pinged at him from close range. hate the way the law is written Pleased to see this, hopefully a step in...
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    Liv Che Kante handball

    kante expected it...arms were definitely in an unnatural position he was perhaps too close? thats the only thing i can think of really
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    Grass Roots Season Curtailment (?)

    Our step 7 league is hoping to start up again with a few caveats... they need an extension in June then want to close registrations for new players to stop loads of semi pros dropping into the league temporarily they're going to either attempt to play out the season to a complete close or...
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    Pre-Match For NAR's

    Just to note you don't need to flag all goal kicks I'd also cover offsides, fouls and pens before subs and ball in/out of play decisions, I'd cover elements in terms of importance I'd suggest you need to time sin bins as it's you who should let them back on. Both time, account for any obvious...
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    Sheffield United v Villa

    Tell you what I did like about it...the circular red card! Don't see many of them about these days
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    Sheffield United v Villa

    I think it's pretty harsh and certainly not a clear and obvious error.
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    Man C v Wolves (another VAR offside decision)

    but with GPS you'd end up taking the 'offside point' from that and not the part of the body which is closest to the goal (minus hand/arm/shoulder ect)
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    Man C v Wolves (another VAR offside decision)

    just coming back to this, i think it's a really good idea and would remove any hint of VARs manipulating the results in any way (from a fan perspective)
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    Man C v Wolves (another VAR offside decision)

    dont disagree with any of that... my biggest issue is that we're attempting to dress VAR offsides up as accurate and objective calls when they're anything but and you're right, any of the above either relies on more objectivity or gps which you rightly say IFAB wont allow urgh...
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    Man C v Wolves (another VAR offside decision)

    i dont mind it coming to the same conclusion tbh whatever we do there needs to be some sort of change of procedure to account for the fact that the technology we use is not accurate or objective, whether it's a margin of error (ARs call) or do away with the lines altogether and go down the MLS...
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    Man C v Wolves (another VAR offside decision)

    the dutch are doing this in exactly the way i'd look at offsides using VAR and current technology. they've built in a 10cm margin of error into the process and if these lines overlap then the original call stands, if not, it's overturned. very straightforward way to account for the obvious...
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    Man C v Wolves (another VAR offside decision)

    where to draw the vertical line on laporte is absolute guesswork (as is which frame to take) which is my biggest issue with VAR on offsides and using subjective decisions to make incredibly tight decisions that could easily determine a title or relegation one way or another. that said, the lino...
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    Chelsea v Man Utd

    fair enough and i see your point, but i'd hope with time and understanding players and clubs could learn to use a challenge based system, particularly if there were procedures in place to make it not worthwhile going for a totally frivolous review
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    Chelsea v Man Utd

    yeah you could forfeit a sub if you have any left or the opposition team get another one?
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