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    Post by SawleyRam on Tue 23 Jan 2018, 9:39 am

    Impressive performances by the Video Assistant Referee during the trials

    The reports key findings were:

    In 804 matches there were 3,947 checks for reviewable incidents.
    56.9% of checks were for penalty incidents and goals.
    There was an average of fewer than five checks per match.
    The median check time of the VAR is 20 seconds.
    The median duration of a review is 60 seconds.
    68.8% of matches had no review.
    One decision in three matches is a 'clear and obvious error'.
    However a 'clear and obvious error' was not corrected in 1 in 20 games.
    In 8% of matches the VAR had a decisive impact on the outcome of the game.
    24% of all matches were positively affected by the involvement of VAR (changing an initial incorrect decision by the referee).
    The average time 'lost' due to the VAR represents less than 1% of overall playing time.

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    Post by MadAmster on Tue 23 Jan 2018, 2:09 pm

    Last Friday it would have been used for at least 2 penalty claims, should have been used for not giving thr Brizzle player a yellow for his tackle on Lawrence and many not given free kicks......

    Unfortunately only the 2 penalty issues would have been looked at I believe.

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