Liverpool players have been accused of changing Premier League rules, calling for the removal of VAR

Allegations of changing BAR rules against the Premier League surfaced one more day in a giant that controversially delayed Liverpool’s refusal to win.

Former official and BT Sport pundit Peter Walton said he thinks referee chief Mike Riley made a clear and obvious mistake after VAR intervened for Anne Robertson’s futile move on behalf of Brighton striker Danny Welbeck’s Andy Robertson.

The decision prompted Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson to cancel the VAR and claim it was ruining the game.

Liverpool have been accused of changing Premier League VAR rules after another controversial decision was denied after a late penalty win.

Brighton won a penalty after a VAR review for Danny Welbeck's Andy Robertson foul

Brighton won a penalty after a VAR review for Danny Welbeck’s Andy Robertson foul

Stuart Atwell simply waved the play-on for VAR Kevin Friend to advise the on-field referee to go to the monitor because he thought there was a clear and obvious error.

Atwell reversed his decision and awarded a penalty that led to a 1-1 draw with Braston, who scored a Pasal Gross goal.

Walton said, ‘I need to recover my thoughts. ‘The VAR was brought in for clear and obvious error. Just because you have communication doesn’t mean it’s unprincipled

‘You can clearly see that there is communication and you can pay a fine for that but the point I am trying to make is the need to intervene for VR?

The decision prompted Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson to drop the VAR.

The decision prompted Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson to drop the VAR.

‘You can clearly see that there is communication and you can pay a fine for that but the point I am trying to make is the need to intervene for VR?

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‘I think the bar has been reduced by the Premier League and we’ve got proof of that in the last few weeks. Refereeing is an emotional word and should not be mentioned again in a letter to the law, so Stuart Atwall goes on screen. But you should referee in the context of the game. ‘

Reds captain Henderson has said he would love to play without VAR. “I’d rather play football as usual,” he said. ‘Football is such a good game, why are we wasting it?

‘I feel like we’re talking about events and talking all the time rather than just talking about the game. In my opinion, I would have played without them. “

Brighton’s penalty was the sixth time in the last three Premier League weekends that any referee had been advised to go to the pitch-side monitor and then reversed their on-field decision.

The Premier League insisted last night that the bar had not been lowered for intervention.

Chris Faye, a former Premier League official and referee expert for The Mail Sunday, who is still part of the Board of Professional Game Match Officers (PGML), also confirmed that no changes have been made.

“The referees are working on multiple policies and enforcing them perfectly,” he said. ‘The sentence has not changed. I decided and it was perfectly comfortable with the process that came. It was a penalty. ‘

Like Henderson, Liverpool teammate James Milner felt less comfortable with the decision.

‘It [supposed to be] ‘Clear and obvious’, he tweeted. “We need to have a serious discussion about VAR. I’m sure I’m not alone in the feeling that they are currently in love with the game.”

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Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher believes the VRs are not having enough confidence in the on-field referee’s approach, instead being interested in slow replays that change how an event is shown. ‘It’s a really harsh call,’ he said. ‘The referee has the best point of view, he looks straight at real-time.

‘When you see it in slow motion it’s a penalty, a rift between the referee and the VAR – it’s a different phenomenon when you see it in full speed.’

Pascal Gross converted a spas-kick to claim a late point for Brighton against the champions.

Pascal Gross converted a spas-kick to claim a late point for Brighton against the champions.

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Former referee Chris Foy – Officials are enforcing the rules fairly

Stuart Atwell can’t be blamed for Danny Welbeck’s Andrew Robertson’s foul miss and not being able to play, but there was clearly communication.

VR Kevin Friend, looking at it for the convenience of reconstruction, decided that Stuart had made a clear and obvious mistake.

And when you look at it, it’s a clear and obvious flaw. It’s a wild kick from Robertson that has caught Welbeck. Stuart goes to the monitor and quickly realizes that he has made a mistake and reversed his original decision.

Former referee Chris Faye thinks officials made the right decision despite Liverpool’s anger

Can you clearly imagine that Spuert did not pay any fines when contacted?

It was repeatedly analyzed and the referee copied any amount of criticism. People were screaming for VAR because that was before the system came along.

The referees are working on a set of policies and applying them perfectly fairly. The bar has not changed. I decided and it was perfectly comfortable with the process that came. It was a penalty.

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