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Howe being Howe wont probably comment on it, but the club should be asking for the audio at the very least. Make some noise man, it's absolutely disgraceful. 

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1 hour ago, aimaad22 said:

Howe being Howe wont probably comment on it, but the club should be asking for the audio at the very least. Make some noise man, it's absolutely disgraceful. 

 

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Silence is just enabling this shite

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Howe did sound his frustration at it at least. 

 

Gordon seething in the post match interview and this Bruno tweet:

 

 

 

Let it all out against Brentford lads and finish above these thundercu**s

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2 hours ago, aimaad22 said:

Howe did sound his frustration at it at least. 

 

Gordon seething in the post match interview and this Bruno tweet:

 

 

 

Let it all out against Brentford lads and finish above these thundercu**s

 

Gordon wasn't seething, thought he spoke very well about the whole incident and the involvement (or lack thereof) of VAR.

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Also Howe called it a stonewall penalty in the full presser.

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2 hours ago, OTF said:

 

Gordon wasn't seething, thought he spoke very well about the whole incident and the involvement (or lack thereof) of VAR.

 

Look now, our players are a civilized bunch and they behave like grown ups because they are led by Eddie Howe. I'm telling you, he was absolutely seething.

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Not a lot to argue with. 

 

The bit about "nonsensical allegations of corruption"... I don't think there's corruption, but I definitely think there are some lines for certain clubs that don't exist for others. Not because it's written down anywhere, or because anyone is trying to make things unfair, but because it's ingrained on the psyche of the game in this country.

 

Look at Sky last night with three Man United pundits. They ask Roy Keane what his thoughts are before the match and he's saying things like "Look fingers crossed, it's gonna be a tough game." 

 

Fingers crossed?! Sky don't think there's anything wrong with that. There's a weight that transfers on to the game itself from the dominant position these teams have in the media. 

 

Big clubs get big decisions. And when they don't they get a big fuss made of it that smaller clubs don't, because they have representation in the media. That has an effect on future decisions. Of course it fucking does. 

 

Let's just go back to one man giving big clubs the big decisions. :lol: At least it looked a bit less fucking blatant. 

 

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2 minutes ago, wykikitoon said:

It's staying init? 

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Has it hurt the top 6 more than it has helped?

Will relegated clubs care enough?

There's 9 nay votes.

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Yeah, despite the pearl clutching over that error in the Spurs game, there's no way the scouse cunts are giving up their advantage. Same for the rest of them. 

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A couple of questions for you smart TT experts. 

When the voting is done. Will we get to see what clubs voted for ?

Do you think NUFC will vote to scrap it ? 

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9 minutes ago, Tdansmith said:

A couple of questions for you smart TT experts. 

When the voting is done. Will we get to see what clubs voted for ?

Do you think NUFC will vote to scrap it ? 

Not sure, sometimes it comes out (like who voted for/against changes to PSR rules), but it doesn't always leak. 

 

No, I don't think we will. Where we're looking to end up, we need to make sure big decisions aren't missed. For all VAR gets things wrong they tend to be the subjective calls that happen in the box, at pace. We want to be attacking the box at pace so we'll want them reviewed.

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41 minutes ago, London said:

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2024/05/15/var-league-table-clubs-premier-league-benefited-wronged/

 

"Aston Villa can claim to be the team that had the most VAR decisions go in their favour. Unai Emery’s side were beneficiaries of the video-assistant 11 times, ahead of Chelsea (8) and Everton (7)."

 

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It's all bollocks really, how many non decisions will that include where they don't even show a replay? 

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Exactly. That table doesn't account for the likes of the decision Gordon didn't get on Wednesday where VAR wrongly didn't intervene.

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hang it tills it's gasping for breath.

stretch it till it's all but dismembered.

disembowel it.

behead the fucker.

chop the cunt up and stick the bloodied parts on the city walls.

 

fucking abomination and an insult to all those who really love football.

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9 hours ago, thebrokendoll said:

hang it tills it's gasping for breath.

stretch it till it's all but dismembered.

disembowel it.

behead the fucker.

chop the cunt up and stick the bloodied parts on the city walls.

 

fucking abomination and an insult to all those who really love football.

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