The videoscheidsrechter (VAR), was on Saturday, not for the first time the much talked about and after a round of the Premier League. The three goals scored in each match that were questionable, disapproved, in which with a smile the armpit rule (okselregel, ed.). it is referred to as.
Other than that the Club is set by the value of the Premier League to have a system in which the lines are to be drawn in order to determine whether or not there has been an offside. From every part of the body that is scored and can be available, such as a shoulder or an armpit can be precisely viewed, whether it is in the buitenspelpositie be found.
On Saturday there were three on the eye, pure ranges, it was found there had been a few inches offside. For Norwich City-Tottenham Hotspur (2-2), a goal is scored by Norwich-striker Teemu Pukki cancelled, at Brighton-Bournemouth (2-0) welcomed Dan Burn and Crystal Palace-Southampton (1-1), the VAR of a goal from Max Meyer and the team down.
The players and coaches of the member clubs that responded, without exception, are bitter to the new goals. “This is the third time scoring a goal of mine this way and it is frowned upon by the VSA,” said the Brighton defender, Burn it in a tv interview after the race. “It was just a pit, or something so stupid that I have is in an offside was. If we want to go, then that is too bad.”
Looked like a brilliantly timed run from Pukki. Somehow the VAR finds it offside.
AvatarAuteurJDNaltonMoment of plaatsen18:07 am – december 28, 2019
‘People have become disillusioned as a good goal for them is to be rejected’
“I’ve never been a proponent of the value, but if the masses want it, then you should be mature enough to accept that,” said the Crystal Palace manager, Roy Hodgson. “But we have to land now, in a situation in which people are becoming disillusioned, because good goals are disallowed because of the very small margin of offside.”
“After you score a goal you always have to wait to see if he’s really going to count, and you know it never be,” said Hodgson. “I’m still so in love that I can celebrate after scoring a goal, and this time, I really don’t believe that it was an offside it was. You must repeat it a hundred times to see it with a good pair of glasses to be sure.”
This was given offside. The Big burn, leaning slightly as he is 6 ft 7 in. Absolutely ridiculous. Needs to change! #BHAFC
AvatarAuteurstuhenry16Moment of plaatsen15:02 pm – december 28, 2019
Lineker set for two reps-to-use
The former British topspits Gary Lineker, who is the abstract of the Premier League presents in the Match of the Day, he expressed, Saturday, his displeasure on Twitter after the three rejected hits. “The much-feared okselregel strikes again. A hit on The will be irregular in any way, while it is not possible to say whether or not Zaha remains to be seen, or is not in an offside was.”
“When it is at the same height, is no longer any offside? It’s ridiculous,” found Lineker, who is suggested to have only one or two iterations to be used when determining offside position.
“If it’s not immediately obvious, then you need to make the decision that is in the field, to be taken in. That is, we would deal with all the decisions taken by the VSA to do so. Two iterations should be sufficient to make a definite reference error.”
Important point, considering the game is less than 48 hours earlier. VAR is unfortunately working against us, this time with the armpit rule apparently calls @wilfriedzaha offside. Also, the penalty for a claim against Max Meyer is not going in for us, either. Recover and go again in 4 days.. https://t.co/O9JEJ0nlst
AvatarAuteursportsdrzafMoment of plaatsen20:14 – december 28, 2019