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TheThingFromLewes

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J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« on: Fri 09 Apr 2021 20:59 »
Well Big Brother has stepped in to rule out Jose’s header for offside.

As a Fulham fan, phew.

However it’s scandalous that a goal like that is ruled out for literally the thickness of a sleeve.
This has to be reviewed by the powers that be when looking at the laws of offside soon.

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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #1 on: Fri 09 Apr 2021 21:58 »
.... sickening ending..... :-(

However that was a superb advantage played by Moss at the end.

No complaints with his performance this evening at all.
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #2 on: Fri 09 Apr 2021 22:21 »
.... sickening ending..... :-(

However that was a superb advantage played by Moss at the end.

No complaints with his performance this evening at all.

That’s good to hear. I feel he often gets unfairly criticised on here with some folk grasping at any opportunity to slag him off for the smallest of points. I personally think he has had a decent season overall but sad that some will refuse to publicly  admit it.
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #3 on: Fri 09 Apr 2021 23:10 »
Not a hard game to referee but again a match ruined by the sheer disgraceful incompetence of VAR. whatever happened to a player being level?? Luckily didn’t have an impact on the game in the end!
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #4 on: Sat 10 Apr 2021 08:29 »
Well Big Brother has stepped in to rule out Jose’s header for offside.

As a Fulham fan, phew.

However it’s scandalous that a goal like that is ruled out for literally the thickness of a sleeve.
This has to be reviewed by the powers that be when looking at the laws of offside soon.
Never offside in a million years...............sick of saying it , but VAR is destroying football
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #5 on: Sat 10 Apr 2021 13:26 »
Not a fan of Moss usually but no complaints here, whilst it wasn't a difficult match to ref, he got more or less everything right.  The VAR debate is something else, where do you draw the line at what is offside, the precise line like last night, some arbitrary buffer zone to allow for margin of error, or give up completely?

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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #6 on: Sat 10 Apr 2021 18:20 »
The VAR debate is something else, where do you draw the line at what is offside, the precise line like last night, some arbitrary buffer zone to allow for margin of error, or give up completely?

Go back to letting AR's do what they did correctly about 98% of the time!
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #7 on: Sat 10 Apr 2021 19:42 »
The VAR debate is something else, where do you draw the line at what is offside, the precise line like last night, some arbitrary buffer zone to allow for margin of error, or give up completely?

Go back to letting AR's do what they did correctly about 98% of the time!
What a very sensible solution
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #8 on: Sat 10 Apr 2021 23:36 »
The VAR debate is something else, where do you draw the line at what is offside, the precise line like last night, some arbitrary buffer zone to allow for margin of error, or give up completely?

Go back to letting AR's do what they did correctly about 98% of the time!
What a very sensible solution

My apologies to the ivory towers for daring to suggest a common sense solution, it'll never catch on!

If it aint broke don't try to fix it! That aspect was not broken, they tried to fix it & boy did they ever break it in doing so. There was an occasional wrong call but I think we could all live with them, especially now having seen VAR in action!! I think we, outside of the ivory towers at least, all agree that VAR should be used to fix the missed penalties & reds/the wrongly given penalties & reds - those situations where a referees split second view from not always the best of angles or happens on their blindside, leads them to call one wrong, a game changing wrong call that can be fixed. This balony though about being offside because your sleeve has flapped forwards or you've not trimmed your toenails pre match is too much. If it can't be seen without having to zoom in, slow it down and add a drawing akin to an architectural blueprint on top to work out if  it's 0.0001mm on or offside then for the love of football leave it to the naked eye view of the ARs, who did a pretty fine job over all.

Off to have another cry now that VAR is coming to my beautiful NBI next season
« Last Edit: Sat 10 Apr 2021 23:38 by bmb »
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Re: J MOSS - Fulham v Wolves
« Reply #9 on: Sun 11 Apr 2021 13:08 »
The VAR debate is something else, where do you draw the line at what is offside, the precise line like last night, some arbitrary buffer zone to allow for margin of error, or give up completely?

Go back to letting AR's do what they did correctly about 98% of the time!

To be fair, the 98% includes all the very easy ones. There were plenty of mistakes with the tricky ones.
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