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Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:08 »
Another dubious handball given in injury time. Free kick into the box Andy Carrol and Eric Dier jump for the ball, Carol heads it against Dier's arm from a yard away, with Dier not facing the ball and after a VAR review the penalty is given.
My question is how Dier meant to jump and keep his hands by his side?
I think referees need to start being brave and when they go to the monitor stick to there original decision.

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« Reply #1 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:12 »
A joke, a travesty.  2 weeks in a row penalties against Spurs for absolutely nothing, yet Lascelles handles at the other end moments before and absolutely nothing (correctly) is given.

No more league football for me this season, unimaginable how things can get better. 

Shameful, ruined the league.

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« Reply #2 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:19 »
Another correct deciison.
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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #3 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:20 »
Totally disillusioned by football now. If this is how the Law was meant to be interpreted, and however correct it may be, then it is a farce. A game I once loved I have fallen out with. Only consolation is that there are more important things in life than football.
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« Reply #4 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:23 »
Totally disillusioned by football now. If this is how the Law was meant to be interpreted, and however correct it may be, then it is a farce. A game I once loved I have fallen out with. Only consolation is that there are more important things in life than football.

Thanks for that last line Failed Ref, I appreciate it.  So disillusioned with the game and who gets the decisions and who doesn't, interpretation of the laws they seem to be making up on the spot, so it's French Open tennis all the way for 2 weeks now, where rules are clear and players agree with them 99 times out of 100.

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« Reply #5 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:25 »
Another correct deciison.

Hilarious.

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« Reply #6 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:26 »
That would have been given in Europe for many years, regardless of the new handball law.  FIFA have insisted that England fall in line, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that penalties are given for this, English players and fans are just going to have to get used to it and then possibly campaign for change in new season's laws.

The only possible good thing from it is handball decisions will be more consistent, even if we don't agree with the law.  The Lascalles one was different as the arm was pinned into his body, which is what IFAB think they should be doing.  One thing that is clear is the officials cannot be blamed, they are doing what they are told to.

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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #7 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:28 »
The problem is not with VAR.
The problem is not with how VAR is used.
The problem is not with the officials who are implementing the laws.
The problem is this LAW.

Football is dead as we know it, god knows what ercations there would have been if crowds were in the ground

Speaking as someone who no longer referees, I really fell even more for officials who dont have VAR to refer to.
How many times this happens in a game which is impossible to spot as has been proved by the so called best failing to see, must cause them to get more grief than normal.
I am glad I am out of it
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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #8 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:41 »
The problem is not with VAR.
The problem is not with how VAR is used.
The problem is not with the officials who are implementing the laws.
The problem is this LAW.

Football is dead as we know it, god knows what ercations there would have been if crowds were in the ground

Speaking as someone who no longer referees, I really fell even more for officials who dont have VAR to refer to.
How many times this happens in a game which is impossible to spot as has been proved by the so called best failing to see, must cause them to get more grief than normal.
I am glad I am out of it

LIkewise, I am pleased that I am not officiating these days. The game at the top level is becoming a comedy programme and the officials are being hung out to dry, perhaps it's a good job that fans are not allowed to attend at the moment.
Referee's decision used to be final!
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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #9 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:44 »
It's an absolute shambles.
I expect there will be empty stadiums even when crowds are allowed back in.
VAR and ridiculous handball decisions are spoiling football.

Does anyone actually know who is behind this?

I don't normally agree with Jamie Caragher but his plea of despair in commentary was spot on

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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #10 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:48 »
Even if it was the correct Decison which I still don't belive it was,surly common sense needs to be applied. How was Dier meant to jump? He had his back to the ball, the distance the ball travelled between leaving Caroll's head to hitting Dier's arm is very minimal. Very much a case of ball to hand in my opinion.

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« Reply #11 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:49 »
"I don't want to speak about it. The only feeling I am ready to share is that I don't feel Tottenham is respected according to to what the club is. No respect.
It is my feeling. You know it is the third club I manage in the country, so happy so proud, so happy everyday, I would not change it for any other job in the world but I feel it, I feel we deserve more respect."

Don't agree with too much that Mourinho says or has said in the past, but this is spot on.  What he is referring to of course if that Spurs get zilch from Premier League referees, the only thing seem to have gotten since VAR introduced is a few offside decisions admittedly, but they've evened themselves up according to the ludicrous colouring lines they like to make up, just as many for as against.

1 home league penalty for Spurs since April 2017, that is a travesty in footballing terms.  Add another one to the collection today according to this bizarre new handball rule and useless refereeing.
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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #12 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 16:51 »
I just saw it. Bankes decision is in accordance with the LOTG. No real complaints.
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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #13 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 17:54 »
Well done to Peter Bankes for the worst penalty decision of the season - in a season full of **** decisions.

The lawmakers need to hang their heads in shame at the way the professional (and all) levels of football are turning into. Itís a farce!!

That today has never been handball in any era under any laws!!
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Re: Peter Bankes- Tottenham Newcastle
« Reply #14 on: Sun 27 Sep 2020 18:27 »
Well done to Peter Bankes for the worst penalty decision of the season - in a season full of **** decisions.

The lawmakers need to hang their heads in shame at the way the professional (and all) levels of football are turning into. Itís a farce!!

That today has never been handball in any era under any laws!!

You can blame the lawmakers if you want - but I don't think you can blame any specific referee/VAR who have consistently applied the law as directed so far.

There were something like 57 penalties given in Italy last season for handball so I fear you're going to be writing that sort of post a lot this season!

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