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Sir   
36 minutes ago, Backbiter said:

Not true. After deciding there was no need to send him off, he changed his mind and rang the ref back and said it was a red after all. For some reason, he was allowed to stay on the pitch.

True. But shouldn’t the correct decision of a red card been made IN the game? I can’t remember all the aspects about it, but it was a criminal ‘challenge’ wasn’t it? Sticks in my mind anyway.

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Sir   
37 minutes ago, Ham said:

Maguire studs to the groin?

Sounds familiar!

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Is it me or is the use of VAR in the latter stages of the Champions league very low key. Have they got used to it finally or is it just luck that there hast been much to look at?

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26 minutes ago, bert19 said:

Probably , it appears to be their target audience apparently.

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Sciatika   

What a weird headline. The data suggests that only 35.7% think it has worked well, with only 15.6% saying the league is more enjoyable and less than 10% want to keep using it as it is.

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