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11 hours ago, Super_horns said:

I guess we don't count now !

 

Palace you'd think must be in trouble next season - lack of goals does for them quite often.

 

As for Zaha - I think his attitude and consistent moaning will prevent him getting a big move.

I do think palaces home support is key for them

 

Its interesting without it how much they struggled, I felt it affected watford as well in the run.

 

I sense trouble for palace without serious additions, its a aging plodding midfield, with  a lack of goals.

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1 hour ago, wardyfox86 said:

But Zaha is providing goals for Benteke and Jordan Ayew. Playing for a team who have no other creative channel apart from him. 

He got the same number of assists as James McArthur

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9 hours ago, Fox92 said:

Sorry but if you're relegated then you're problems are more serious than an incorrect VAR decision.

 

Villa could argue about the decision that went against them at Selhurt Park earlier in the season when they lost 1-0 and should have drawn 1-1.

Just for clarity, this has nothing to do with VAR, it's about Hawkeye not working and the officials not being informed of the fact.

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3 minutes ago, Vestan Pance said:

Just for clarity, this has nothing to do with VAR, it's about Hawkeye not working and the officials not being informed of the fact.

Yeah but let’s not let var off. What’s the point in having it if they can’t correct a decision like that? 

 

The officials in this league are too arrogant to even check most decisions. Get a nerd in there that’s going to analyze everything 

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9 hours ago, Fox92 said:

Sorry but if you're relegated then you're problems are more serious than an incorrect VAR decision.

 

Villa could argue about the decision that went against them at Selhurt Park earlier in the season when they lost 1-0 and should have drawn 1-1.

thats true but Bournemouth are more than within their right to take action against Hawk eye(if they want too), while the Villa thing at Palace was with WAR, which is different if im correct, plus one if meant to be clear cut wihile VAR seems to be very subjective

VAR im pretty sure saw the non goal at Villa park but couldnt give it(probably wrong)for some reason

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31 minutes ago, Lambert09 said:

Yeah but let’s not let var off. What’s the point in having it if they can’t correct a decision like that? 

 

The officials in this league are too arrogant to even check most decisions. Get a nerd in there that’s going to analyze everything 

id agree with that and the ones doing VAR dont have the balls to over rule the on field official either, 

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2 hours ago, Vestan Pance said:

Just for clarity, this has nothing to do with VAR, it's about Hawkeye not working and the officials not being informed of the fact.

Although if I recall the ref confirmed he'd received the signal for the goal at half time. Still don't understand why he didn't address the issue at the time if that was the case. There was some long winded explanation of why VAR didn't or couldn't intervene.

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I suppose the difference between the goal line technology blunder and VAR is that there’s no subjectivity to it. It IS a goal for Sheffield United that just hasn’t been given. With all the VAR decisions there’s an element of human choice/decision in the matter - so it can be explained away as human error or a difference of opinion. 

 

I don’t think bournemouth will be successful but they have grounds to consider legal action. But you can’t argue that Sheff Utd shouldn’t have been 1-0 up in that game. That being said, there was still 45 mins to go.

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9 hours ago, FoyleFox said:

Although if I recall the ref confirmed he'd received the signal for the goal at half time. Still don't understand why he didn't address the issue at the time if that was the case. There was some long winded explanation of why VAR didn't or couldn't intervene.

If the referee received the signal at half time that would bring into question Hawkeye's explanation of the mistake (blocked cameras). 

If Hawkeye wasn't working then clearly that information should have been relayed to the referee and the VAR. 

This could get interesting.

 

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