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27 minutes ago, TheUltimateWinner said:

Remmber guys, this is a dive:

 

 

And this isn't!

 

Gallagher's initial comments there make a mockery of the whole ruling around VAR and the definitions applied. 

 

He first says if the referee says to the VAR person he thinks it's a dive, it's not a clear and obvious error to overturn it. 

 

But then goes on to say he thinks it's a penalty. So it begs the question if he was in that VAR studio would he have overturned it? 

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15 minutes ago, StanSP said:

Gallagher's initial comments there make a mockery of the whole ruling around VAR and the definitions applied. 

 

He first says if the referee says to the VAR person he thinks it's a dive, it's not a clear and obvious error to overturn it. 

 

But then goes on to say he thinks it's a penalty. So it begs the question if he was in that VAR studio would he have overturned it? 

They really should drill into refs what are penalties and aren't. If they show clips (like Vardys) and say, there was contact on the foot, whenver there is contact like this it's a penalty. If the onfield ref doesn't give it, overrule them.

 

We need refs to be singing from the same hymn sheet, not have a different ref with a different interpretation every game. 

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21 minutes ago, TheUltimateWinner said:

They really should drill into refs what are penalties and aren't. If they show clips (like Vardys) and say, there was contact on the foot, whenver there is contact like this it's a penalty. If the onfield ref doesn't give it, overrule them.

 

We need refs to be singing from the same hymn sheet, not have a different ref with a different interpretation every game. 

It shouldn't matter what the ref says he's seen. 

If it's a penalty and the ref hasn't given it then it's a clear and obvious error so should be over ruled by VAR, it really is that simple.

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On 08/02/2020 at 09:55, StanSP said:

 

Any Premier League club enforcing this should be named and shamed! I don’t care if it’s all of them.

If we, with all the income of TV rights and sponsors etc. were to bill Wigan 5 grand for VAR I’d be bloody embarrassed.

Come on PL clubs suck it up and pay what’s due.

A PL club has a maximum of 4 home games in the FA Cup, I’m sorry but whoever is at home can foot the bill or the bloody FA with all their money can pay the bill for their officials.

No way should a club like Port Vale be forced into extra unnecessary expenses.

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FA Cup fifth round: Choice of two games each night on the BBC

 

BBC viewers will be able to choose between two games on both Tuesday and Wednesday next week as the FA Cup reaches the fifth-round stage.

While BBC One broadcasts Chelsea v Liverpool on Tuesday, West Brom v Newcastle will also be streamed on BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app.

On Wednesday, coverage of Tottenham v Norwich will run alongside Sheffield Wednesday v Manchester City.

Highlights of the other fifth-round ties will also be shown.

The sixth-round draw will follow Wednesday's matches.

Following the success of BBC iPlayer's pop-up channel for the fourth-round weekend, it will return for the fifth round. As well as the two live matches, it will show the highlights, and great goals from classic fifth-round games from the BBC archive.


Watch the best goals of FA Cup fourth round


All eight of this season's fifth-round ties will be decided on the night. If they are level after 90 minutes, extra time and penalties will determine who goes through.

 

The tie featuring League One Portsmouth - the lowest-ranked club left in the competition - and 13-time winners Arsenal, will be shown on BT Sport on Monday at 19:45 GMT.

 

BT Sport will also show Derby County v Manchester United on Thursday (19:45), with the Rams' Wayne Rooney potentially facing his old side.

 

Highlights of all FA Cup fifth-round ties will be available on the BBC Sport website.

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Would love to get a visit to Fratton Park in next round.

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Anyone watching this Chelsea v Liverpool game on the Beeb?

 

Director just ruined the coverage.  Showed a replay and missed the build up to the goal.

 

I hate it when they do that.

 

 

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23 hours ago, Fox92 said:

Would love to get a visit to Fratton Park in next round.

Always used to be trouble when we went down there back in the day - nasty bunch. I’m sure it’s all very different now though. Good old school ground is Fratton Park

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17 minutes ago, Vacamion said:

 

Anyone watching this Chelsea v Liverpool game on the Beeb?

 

Director just ruined the coverage.  Showed a replay and missed the build up to the goal.

 

I hate it when they do that.

 

 

They aren't doing themselves any favours with coverage like that. I suppose they are a bit out of practice. Entertaining game though.

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37 minutes ago, Vacamion said:

 

Anyone watching this Chelsea v Liverpool game on the Beeb?

 

Director just ruined the coverage.  Showed a replay and missed the build up to the goal.

 

I hate it when they do that.

 

 

TV coverage really hasn't caught up with the fact the game is much quicker now, keepers aren't taking 30 seconds/ 1 minute to take a goal kick/ drop kick, replays of mundane things (I know Adrian made a good save before the goal) aren't needed now.

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1 minute ago, Suzie the Fox said:

Oww Chelsea 2 up now :D 

Would rather face a full strength Chelsea than a full strength Liverpool in the later rounds (should we get there). Although the Liverpool bubble seems to have well and truly burst. 

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As it stands, Liverpool facing a third defeat in four games whilst scoring no goals in those three game.

 

Crisis, Klopp out, won't win the league now etc etc...:ph34r:

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6 minutes ago, Nalis said:

As it stands, Liverpool facing a third defeat in four games whilst scoring no goals in those three game.

Should have been four in a row if it wasn't for Fabianski gifting them goals.

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Hopefully Liverpool are getting defeats out of their system and get back to normal against Bournemouth on Saturday!
 
Impressive result by Newcastle at Championship league leaders.
 
 Thought West Brom would win.

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