Tottenham Hotspur manager shakes head that Premier League VAR is useless
Tottenham Hotspur boss Anke Postecoglou is shock by the referee and VAR after he came face to face with himself. In the last game Spurs had to have only 9 people left and lost to Chelsea 1-4.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Anke Postecoglou admits he was shocked by the referee’s decision. And the power of technology helps decide the VAR of the Premier League greatly after encountering it completely with yourself. In the last game Spurs had to have only 9 people left and lost to Chelsea 1-4 in the end.
Spurs lost their first game of the season after both Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogi were sent off, especially the first to be hit by VAR’s poison, with both penalties and red cards. Report from ทางเข้า ufabet https://ufabet999.com
When asked about the decision and VAR in many moments of this game.
The Australian coach said: “I think it will be standard. What is it that will continue like this? Unfortunately, we have to stand and watch and participate in it. Because as I said before, I don’t like, I don’t like standing and waiting. Everyone in the stadium must stand and wait for the decision.”
“But I know this is just my opinion. In my 26 years of service, I am always ready to accept the decision. Whether it’s good or bad or whatever.”
“It (the use of VAR) just reduces the power of referees. You can’t tell me anymore that the referee controls the game. Because they didn’t do it. But that’s the way the game is. So you have to accept it. and try to deal with it.”
Asked about the wrong decision, Postecoglou said: “I don’t know, but there doesn’t seem to be a call for us to go back to accepting the referee’s decision as a basis. I understand goalline technology. Because that’s easy. And no one complains about it.”
“But in search of a utopia of judgment That thing doesn’t actually exist. There’s no way it’s possible. But that’s the road that everyone takes. I’d like to come in.”
“It was self-inflicted. Because we all complain about decisions every week. That’s not new. I’ve been doing this for 26 years and I’ve heard many coaches, myself included, complain about refereeing. But we move on.”