No it doesn’t. It really really it doesn’t. Not at all. Not ever
Amongst other things, admittedly, it has turned the game into an absolute farce from top to bottom compared to how things used to be
That decision today is a perfect summary of how totally shit and ****ing ridiculous the modern game has become
We used to have refs making odd decisions and getting things wrong, same with the linesman. In the grand scheme of things it was tolerable overall
But never, ever, in a million years would that have ever been ruled as offside by even the most incompetent buffoon ref or linesman of all time.
And that is precisely why VAR is total and utter shite
What about the hundreds of times you have complained about an official getting a decision wrong? Surely, getting robbed is far worse?
Last season, we had the following decisions affected by VAR:
Leading to goals for: 1
Disallowed goals for: 3
Leading to goals against: 1
Disallowed goals against: 4
Net goal score: +1
Subjective decisions for: 3
Subjective decisions against: 3
What here is bad for the game or ruining the game? We got more consistent and right decisions for and against us. It really isn't affecting the game that much apart from improving it.
The two problems with VAR are,
1. The rules of the game needed to be more specific and detailed. They are slowly addressing this.
2. Officials are getting used to it so are not applying it right all the time or quickly enough. They are slowly addressing this.