I have to admit I am not the perp who first used it.This keeps making me laugh
Next week they're away at Bruce Forsyth's Play Your Cards Right and then they've got Baz Lurhmann's Romeo + Juliet.
It worked there though. He was offside and the on field decision was rightly changed.VAR worked in the world cup. Why dont they use that system. Clearly whatever they are using just creates farce.Just ask Spurs fans, who see VAR problems every year. ohhhhhhh its a spurs forum.... BONUS
In your scenario without VAR, one team will have lost to an incorrect decision. That's far worse.Sooner or later , it will be 1-1 in a cup final at the end of extra time.One team will score with the last kick of the match.The whistle will blow for full time.Fans will be jumping up and down having won the cup.It will then be ruled out, and they'll lose on penalties. The outrage will be furious and live long in those fans hearts.VAR has to go, until they get a faster or better system.
I agree, but there'll be a lot of things the governing bodies will need to figure out and I don't trust them to. And people will still whinge.I still think it should be like tennis or cricket where there are limited challenges which can be made by the managers.
I accept it may lead to tactical challenges at the latter stages of games, but would stop them just reviewing everything.