FA chief exec Martin Glenn admits VAR wrongly disallowed Spurs goal vs Rochdale

Discussion in 'Spurscommunity Front Page News' started by mawspurs, Mar 4, 2018.

  • by mawspurs, Mar 4, 2018 at 8:46 PM
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    FA chief executive Martin Glenn has admitted the video assistant referee (VAR) was wrong to rule out Tottenham's first disallowed goal in their FA Cup victory over Rochdale on Wednesday.

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Discussion in 'Spurscommunity Front Page News' started by mawspurs, Mar 4, 2018.

  1. Roynie
    No shit Sherlock, we'd already worked that one out, but it nice to have it admitted I suppose!
  2. TheChosenOne
    No harm done eh ?
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  3. Roynie
    True dat! :D
  4. VegasII
    Magic of the cup...making legitimate goals disappear.


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  5. Rob
    Foy said at the time that the protocol is for EVERY game changing decision (i.e. every goal) to be checked. Previously we've only been told "clear and obvious".
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  6. chinaman
    Come on Levy. Demand compensation.
  7. Sweetsman
    Glenn is probably one of the anti-Lamela crowd here, but the question is which one?
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  8. Sir Henry
    It also wrongly dissallowed the Son penalty.
  9. talkshowhost86
    Denied the chance to have our score spelled out on the vidiprinter (S E V E N ).

    Damn you all.
  10. sebo_sek
    It's been mulled over in the thread, but come on. He stopped just before he kicked it. It should have been retaken due to encroachment. Some of the players almost made it into the bac of the net before the ball did.
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  11. wakefieldyid
    He's just playing politics here. Although IFAB has authorised the use of VAR, there are several Premier League clubs ready to block it, so Glenn is trying to persuade them that the recent difficulties were due to incorrect implementation by the officials.

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