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Sin Bins and More VAR Bussiness

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Seems like the idea of introducing Sin Bins is gaining momentum with the idea of trials starting next seson.

Not a bad thing as it will maybe cut out the " Taking one for the team" or is it ? Is it another means of diluting the game.? Or do you think it will have the desired affect?. That of detering players from the professional foul in order to stop a possible goal scoring opportunity. The sin bin will apply to those commiting dissent also, amongst other misdemenors.

As for the VAR things, FIFA want to give more decisions to VAR, such as corners, yellow cards etc. There is more to it but cant be arsed to type it all out, what i will say though is the best thing to do with VAR, is to scrap it altogether, not give it a wider field to make more contreversial errors. Remember the saying ?! Too many cooks spoil the broth.
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eskimo joe wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 6:25 am Seems like the idea of introducing Sin Bins is gaining momentum with the idea of trials starting next seson.

Not a bad thing as it will maybe cut out the " Taking one for the team" or is it ? Is it another means of diluting the game.? Or do you think it will have the desired affect?. That of detering players from the professional foul in order to stop a possible goal scoring opportunity. The sin bin will apply to those commiting dissent also, amongst other misdemenors.

As for the VAR things, FIFA want to give more decisions to VAR, such as corners, yellow cards etc. There is more to it but cant be arsed to type it all out, what i will say though is the best thing to do with VAR, is to scrap it altogether, not give it a wider field to make more contreversial errors. Remember the saying ?! Too many cooks spoil the broth.
I’m typically a traditionalist, however I’m open to considering ways to stop all of the ‘gamesmanship’ (I hate that term - it’s ‘cheating’).

As for VAR, I didn’t want to see it in the first place, and I still don’t want to see it.

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Nothing wrong with VAR apart from those who run it.

Sin bins again we will have a lack of consistency from refs.
Will turn out to be a farce just like VAR is.

Our refs are just not good enough ruined by Twat Riley.
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Towie wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:00 am Nothing wrong with VAR apart from those who run it.

Sin bins again we will have a lack of consistency from refs.
Will turn out to be a farce just like VAR is.

Our refs are just not good enough ruined by Twat Riley.
As you say, theoretically there is nothing wrong with VAR, it is the R in it that is the problem and unless you can find a way to take out the human factor it will forever be useless. ( Suppose AI might come into it some day). All it has done is tripled or quadrupled the bad calls and made the game longer, another factor they are looking into, how to keep the game as short as possible. 🤣

Even one of the best referees there has ever been has basically said VAR is ruining the game.
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eskimo joe wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:42 am
Towie wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:00 am Nothing wrong with VAR apart from those who run it.

Sin bins again we will have a lack of consistency from refs.
Will turn out to be a farce just like VAR is.

Our refs are just not good enough ruined by Twat Riley.
As you say, theoretically there is nothing wrong with VAR, it is the R in it that is the problem and unless you can find a way to take out the human factor it will forever be useless. ( Suppose AI might come into it some day). All it has done is tripled or quadrupled the bad calls and made the game longer, another factor they are looking into, how to keep the game as short as possible. 🤣

Even one of the best referees there has ever been has basically said VAR is ruining the game.
Clattenburg said that?! :shock:

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Football's been around for over a century. It's the most popular sport on the planet, watched by literally millions worldwide.

And still is despite the best efforts of the lawmakers to keep fiddling around with the way it operates despite it's continuing popularity.

If it ain't broke, leave it alone and let it carry on as it always has.
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OZHAMMER wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:45 am
eskimo joe wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:42 am

As you say, theoretically there is nothing wrong with VAR, it is the R in it that is the problem and unless you can find a way to take out the human factor it will forever be useless. ( Suppose AI might come into it some day). All it has done is tripled or quadrupled the bad calls and made the game longer, another factor they are looking into, how to keep the game as short as possible. 🤣

Even one of the best referees there has ever been has basically said VAR is ruining the game.
Clattenburg said that?! :shock:
🤣🤣, probably thinks it himself, the being the best i mean.. No, was Collina.
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eskimo joe wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 8:40 am
OZHAMMER wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:45 am

Clattenburg said that?! :shock:
🤣🤣, probably thinks it himself, the being the best i mean.. No, was Collina.
If they were all of Collina's standard, there'd be no need for VAR.

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Whiskyman wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 7:54 am Football's been around for over a century. It's the most popular sport on the planet, watched by literally millions worldwide.

And still is despite the best efforts of the lawmakers to keep fiddling around with the way it operates despite it's continuing popularity.

If it ain't broke, leave it alone and let it carry on as it always has.
It has been evolving for nearly as long,and since the EPL hasnt evolved for the better. They dont seem to realise that nothing is 100% perfect when humans make decisions. But now they have multiplied the problems by introducing more of the " virus" and instead of fixing it they search for ways to vindicate their choices instead of accepting they were wrong and it doesnt work.
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