Absolutely spot on. I sat with a mate watching the Man Utd game after I got back from our game and even after a replay he thought Shearer's wasn't a pen! I thought it was a definite pen....... It's all opinions. I watch cricket too, and bad decisions are still made using the video replay. So I wouldn't introduce it, because you can't just use it for goalline decisions. When it is brought in they'll be no stopping it, we'll be using it for 50/50 throw ins b4 long...Willlow said:
I agree that it wouldn't slow the game down, but the whole point of football is moaning about how rubbish the referee was. If video replays are used it would take away that aspect of the game. Also the decisions made would balance out during the season as they always do and so we wouldn't benefit that much.
Who could we have blamed after the Birmingham game if there had been video replays? The video replay wouldn't have changed the sending off decisions.
Also how would we know if the person watching the video replay would always make a decision correct? Haven't you ever watched a game on TV where you and a mate have had a different opinion on a decision no matter how many times you watch the replay?
I disagree. Refereeing mistakes are part of the game that we shouldn't have to worry about. There is fair to much money involved and IMO a hefty handful of bias towards the big clubs.trickytrev said:Contreversy is football. Imagine football without the uprage against a dodgy refereeing decision. People don't realise it but the refereeing ,istakes are all part of it.
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