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“Maybe The Phil Foden One Might Enlighten A Bit Of Interest Because Of The Power Of Manchester City”- EPL Manager Laments Poor Usage Of VAR

"Maybe The Phil Foden One Might Enlighten A Bit Of Interest Because Of The Power Of Manchester City"- EPL Manager Laments Poor Usage Of VAR

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Since the implementation of VAR across various leagues around Europe, many have given their view. However, it seems like it has caused more controversy as there are a lot of inconsistencies in the usage of VAR. In some situations where it was supposed to be used, it was ignored and in other situations where it was used, a wrong decision was given.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has lamented the inconsistencies in the usage of VAR as he brought up the incident in Manchester City’s match where Phil Foden was tackled by goalkeeper Alex McCarthy in the box but no penalty was given. Burnley has also been affected by controversial penalty decisions in recent weeks and coach Sean Dyche has now brought up the controversial VAR situation involving Phil Foden.

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"Maybe The Phil Foden One Might Enlighten A Bit Of Interest Because Of The Power Of Manchester City"- EPL Manager Laments Poor Usage Of VAR

“Truly bizarre, I’ve spoken about it endlessly over the years, no one is interested. I don’t know how no one is interested. Maybe the Phil Foden one might enlighten a bit of interest because obviously the power of Manchester City and rightly so – the level of the market they are at. It’s truly bizarre to me,” Sean Dyche said.

A lot of complaints have been raised about the usage of VAR and it remains to be seen if modifications would be made to the usage of VAR.

 

 

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