Zip FFS give it time. VAR is the way forward, Too many mistakes are made in games by match officials. So what if players celebrate a goal and it’s then scratched off because there’s been a foul. As long as VAR means the right decisions are being made more than pre VAR then it’s worth it.
But their job is to officiate a game of football...if they can't do it - they shouldn't be in that profession should they?
Ya know someone will get badly hurt one day with the "new offside rule". Linesman's very rarely flag now even when someone is clearly miles off because they have the protection of VAR. It's a load of rubbish
And it will get to the point where people won't be able to celebrate a goal in case of a foul that may have occurred 3 minutes beforehand
It's also painfully slow. It's been used for over a year now and it just isn't quick enough. And it still doesn't eliminate major talking points. Is it/is it not handball. Can you physically PROVE something is handball as opposed to an offside/goal line technology
So all in all, maybe take into account both sides of the argument before jumping in with criticism. I can accept both sides (lots of money now in the game - more emphasis on the officials having to make the right decisions etc...). But it's been here for over a year, they're still making wrong decisions, it's slow, IMO reducing the emotion of the game and how many other professions get the privilege of "extra video technology". Why should football get that? That's why I'm hugely against VAR