Discussion in 'The Football Stadium' started by BaZ87, Jun 13, 2020.
Playing what is our main team as expected tonight
The problem in this case isn't VAR but the letter of the law.
Spurs are not that good are they
Dier is a shocker
I would say they’ve got worse since Poch left
In fairness I think VAR and the increased attention paid to every decision now has highlighted that yea. I hope this is just a case of teething issues though, whether it's the letter of law or interpretation w.e
Never a dull moment though pandoras box is well and truly open
Why is this a teething issue though? VAR worked tonight as it followed the laws of the game.
Another contraversy to cover up the fact that this spurs team can't attack or defend.
Will we make it to the season 3 Mourinho implosion?
Hahaha that's the exact same goal as the 2nd.
Your squad is in disarray, you've fallen out of the CL and you've just spent £1bn on a new stadium and it's closed for business. Could there be a less suitable manager to put things right than Mourinho?
You love to see it!
Pardew or Big Sam to take over imo.
City fans chanting murderers at the Liverpool team coach and pelting it with bits and pieces.
Classy stuff from City, that’s how you lose with dignity.
The fella blocking the bus from coming into the stadium is the best part ahaha
It’s not going away every other week there is another controversy about a players toe being offside or some really minute slight that means a decision shouldn’t stand.
The law was adhered to yes but I’d just like to see a bit of leeway applied, I know that cannot always be the case but I don’t see the premier league letting this rumble on.
But as you say some structure has to be followed.
Can only mean Heysel surely
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