The Premier League is a number of the coaches, the players and the fans is great concern about the videoscheidsrechter, but the project manager, and former referee Neil Swarbrick has been very positive over the first half of the value at risk at the highest level in the uk.
“I’m up to now is actually very, very satisfied,” said Swarbrick in a discussion with the BBC. “There are more correct decisions made with it, than without it-risk (VAR). If I have a figure to mount it, I would have a 7 in display. I hope that two years from now, maybe an 8 or a 9.”
The value at risk was after the test periods in the League Cup and the FA Cup this season in the Premier League was introduced, but the videoscheidsrechter provides a regular basis for the controversy in the uk. The decision-making process, it would not be consistent with the decision of the value it would take too long.
This past weekend it swelled to the criticism further after a number of incidents. Sheffield United looked to score a goal against Tottenham Hotspur (1-to-1) is rejected because it is a player’s option in accordance with the value at risk is slightly offside and Manchester City, was in the winner against Liverpool (3-1 loss) a plurality of times, a disadvantage.
The department of foreign affairs’ appelleerden in the last minute for a corner after Trent Alexander-Arnold, that the ball is on his arm, but referee Michael Oliver allowed play to continue, and in the transition, signed Fabinho in for the 1-0. The value did not just as during a comparable point in the second half, to the great dismay of the manager, Josep Guardiola.
She and Scott adopted a goal for Sheffield United, on the advice of the VAR. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
“There is definitely room for improvement
Swarbrick has an understanding for the criticism and underlined that there is still a lot of profit to. “I’m happy with where we are right now, but there is definitely room for improvement. We listened to your feedback and will make improvements as we can. Money is, in any case, it is not the problem.”
According to Swarbrick, is also for the fans, players, and coaches underestimate the amount of pressure on the shoulders of a videoscheidsrechter to the referee at the field to correct a moot point.
“It does not have the words to express what the feeling is there, you’re going to go as it is. We have to have the media invited to a demonstration of the value and gifts of journalists and self-images in order to view it. She said all of that, it is very difficult to assess.”
“The criticism has been that, incidentally, is nothing new for the referees,” said Swarbrick. “It’s all part of the game, and besides, it’s all about opinions. During my time as a referee as I’ve ever been, no penalty will be given, which I always am, but I got it from all sides criticism. You have to put it in perspective position.”
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