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Posted - 01/08/2018 :  19:22:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Mike Riley has said that Drew Kaser Womens Jersey while Video Assistant Referees are not intended to make refereeing decisions 100% accurate, the game’s newest technological innovation will be viewed positively if it leads to a 2% reduction in errors by officials.
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VAR is set to make its debut in English club competitive matches this week, first in Monday’s FA Cup tie between Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace and then in Wednesday’s Carabao Cup semi-final between Arsenal and Chelsea, and before its trial run the authorities were keen to point out that the system is not supposed to usher in perfection. Instead Riley, the director of Professional Game Match Officials Limited, said experiments have shown that it is on Authentic Justin Williams Jersey average required only every two or three games and qualified his target of 2% by saying that select group referees currently get 96% of decisions correct.
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“If we’re saying that 4% of decisions are wrong, a 2% improvement is good for the game,” Riley said. “As long as we don’t increase interference.”

Critics believe that too much technology will lead to too many stoppages during games, disrupting football’s natural flow. However, Riley stressed at a media demonstration that VAR will focus on “clear and obvious” errors, noting that the aim is for “minimum interference, maximum benefit”.

Instead of checking every debatable decision or off-the-ball incident, the system will mainly be called upon for mistakes that are black and white. To minimise disruption, VAR will focus on checking four match-changing situations: whether a goal should stand, penalty awards, direct red cards and mistaken Todd Bertuzzi Jersey identity.

A line has been drawn at checking the merits of a second yellow card, while a booking can be given only if replays show a player has dived to win a penalty, scored with a deliberate handball or provoked an opponent into committing a red-card offence. Simulation outside the area will not be looked at, meaning that Jack Wilshere would not have run the risk of being sanctioned by VAR for his apparent dive in Arsenal’s draw with Chelsea last Wednesday.

Goals will be checked for offside, a foul in the build-up or the ball going out of play. VAR cannot intervene once a new attacking phase has started and clubs have said that they do not want goals to be ruled out for a foul at the other end of the pitch.

An example was Son Heung-min’s equaliser for Tottenham Hotspur against West Ham United on Thursday. The move began when Serge Aurier appeared to catch Manuel Lanzini in Tottenham’s half, but VAR would not be used here as it was a 50-50 challenge rather than a clear and obvious error.

The message is to leave it if it is not clear Michael Fulmer Jersey and obvious. Referees have been told to continue as normal, especially as they have no recourse to call for a review, and players will need to play to the whistle instead of assuming that VAR will come to their aid. Riley, who insisted that linesmen will not be rendered obsolete by the system, said referees will need to relearn their skills. If they see the linesman’s flag go up for offside, for instance, is it worth delaying a whistle?

That was an acknowledgement that there will be imperfections at first. However, Riley said that the time has come for live tests after 18 months of planning. “This will be really good for football when we’ve worked through it and ironed out all the subtleties,” Riley said. “This is a journey and we’re at the start of it. It will take two or three years for it to benefit football.

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