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Watching motd last night can someone explain how the Williams kick in the face was different to the Gibson vs Brentford penalty that was given against us.

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There wasn't much in it, but then I didn't think the Brentford one was a pen either. 

Williams is ducking down, ref got that one right. 

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2 hours ago, Ken Hairy said:

 

Williams is ducking down

The rest of the squad aint that happy either

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44 minutes ago, hogesar said:

Because

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VAR OVERTURNS - NET SCORE

Liverpool +4

Southampton +3

West Ham +3

Manchester City +2

Watford +2

Arsenal +1

Brentford +1

Brighton & Hove Albion +1

Chelsea +1

Leeds +1

Aston Villa 0

Crystal Palace 0

Tottenham Hotspur 0

Manchester United -1

Wolves -1

Everton -2

Newcastle -2

Burnley -3

Norwich -4

Leicester City -6

While we have certainly been on the sharp end of VAR, I'm not seeing a pattern here. Liverpool are at the top but next to them are those top 4 heavy-weight powerhouses...Southampton and West Ham. Man Utd and Spurs are nearer to the bottom than top. Watford are near the top. Leicester at the bottom - often seen as one of the media's darlings. Interesting stuff!

OTBC

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23 minutes ago, Disco Dales Jockstrap said:

VAR OVERTURNS - NET SCORE

Liverpool +4

Southampton +3

West Ham +3

Manchester City +2

Watford +2

Arsenal +1

Brentford +1

Brighton & Hove Albion +1

Chelsea +1

Leeds +1

Aston Villa 0

Crystal Palace 0

Tottenham Hotspur 0

Manchester United -1

Wolves -1

Everton -2

Newcastle -2

Burnley -3

Norwich -4

Leicester City -6

While we have certainly been on the sharp end of VAR, I'm not seeing a pattern here. Liverpool are at the top but next to them are those top 4 heavy-weight powerhouses...Southampton and West Ham. Man Utd and Spurs are nearer to the bottom than top. Watford are near the top. Leicester at the bottom - often seen as one of the media's darlings. Interesting stuff!

OTBC

Unfortunately its not just overturns. Its the things that VAR doesn't even bother checking because they've decided not to today, or pretending its checked.

I'm at peace, got a season without it.

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VAR is administered by the same incompetent officials that referee games.

So inevitably it will be just as inconsistent.

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Both times the ball has gone defender then makes contact with the man. It is far more blatant in the Williams case than the Gibson.

Yes,yes I know we haven’t been good enough but that decision was an awful one at an awful time and an obvious example how literally nothing has gone Our way this year.

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7 hours ago, Disco Dales Jockstrap said:

VAR OVERTURNS - NET SCORE

Liverpool +4

Southampton +3

West Ham +3

Manchester City +2

Watford +2

Arsenal +1

Brentford +1

Brighton & Hove Albion +1

Chelsea +1

Leeds +1

Aston Villa 0

Crystal Palace 0

Tottenham Hotspur 0

Manchester United -1

Wolves -1

Everton -2

Newcastle -2

Burnley -3

Norwich -4

Leicester City -6

While we have certainly been on the sharp end of VAR, I'm not seeing a pattern here. Liverpool are at the top but next to them are those top 4 heavy-weight powerhouses...Southampton and West Ham. Man Utd and Spurs are nearer to the bottom than top. Watford are near the top. Leicester at the bottom - often seen as one of the media's darlings. Interesting stuff!

OTBC

"Where did you get the data from DDJ," he said, salivating? 😳

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I would think, over a season they should even out.  1 or 2 would be within that sort of range - when you are getting 4 or 6 for or against you, it is hard to not sense a bias.  

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