PieEater My beef with VAR offsides that are so close are based on some margin of error on when the ball is played. They never show or focus on instant the ball moves or is played, that seems to be fixed and then the offside line drawn to measure who's ankle playing someone onside.
I'd be interested to know how many frames cover a ball being played and whether a frame earlier or later gives a different result.
they really need a margin of error that can then be left with the lino's original decision. Like in cricket where the whole ball (>half?) has to be hitting the stumps to overrule the onfield not out decision.
Fukk this frame-by-frame crap. it should a CLEAR AND OBVIOUS error on the part of the officials