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  1. villa1996
    villa1996 December 9, 2013 at 8:54 pm . Reply

    Dont be silly if they did that the top teams wouldnt win

  2. giddyvillan
    giddyvillan December 9, 2013 at 8:57 pm . Reply

    If modern technology took over decisions,wouldn’t conversation over a pint in the pub after the game be extinct.as far as im concerned it’s all part of the game bad decision making plus a talking point.that’s my angle on it ,different i know.

    1. villa1996
      villa1996 December 9, 2013 at 9:03 pm . Reply

      There aloud bad decisions just not against villa

    2. DMVillan
      DMVillan December 9, 2013 at 9:44 pm . Reply

      Disagree completely Giddy, I think this is exactly what is needed in the sport. Probably just a generation clash eh?

    3. OohAhPaulMcGrath
      OohAhPaulMcGrath December 9, 2013 at 10:22 pm . Reply

      It also means big teams like Chelsea, utd etc can’t bully tge refs into giving big decisions in their favour all the time. Notice tge difference now moyes can’t get big decisions like fergie did means it’d have to win a game without cheating

      1. giddyvillan
        giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 7:01 am . Reply

        I agree with bringing in technology i just stated what might happen if brought in,that’s why i said from a different angle.sooner the better imo reffing atm is shambolic.

  3. giddyvillan
    giddyvillan December 9, 2013 at 9:10 pm . Reply

    Ps i wish we could have a robot to take the corners.

  4. Terry Jones
    Terry Jones December 9, 2013 at 10:29 pm . Reply

    No matter how much technology is introduced it won;t make a spot of difference to Villa as long as we have Loony Lamberk as manager.

  5. Langfordvilla
    Langfordvilla December 9, 2013 at 11:28 pm . Reply

    Technology…other than goaline…no fucking way! There will be fuck all to discuss. Its already getting so fucking boring when the only thing that makes a decent team is money. What the fuck next…challenging every fucking decision. Honesty and discretion and bad decisions from referees is part of what makes football great. Technology will be the death of football. What next….?

  6. Foxy
    Foxy December 10, 2013 at 12:27 am . Reply

    I reckon cheating (for example diving) should be punishable after a match, and if you bite someone you get your teeth removed without anaesthetic.

    1. Langfordvilla
      Langfordvilla December 10, 2013 at 2:25 pm . Reply

      Foxy…lol…could still give you a nasty suck mate 🙂

  7. Kerryvillan
    Kerryvillan December 10, 2013 at 12:27 am . Reply

    Don’t see how technology will be the death of football there will still be talkin points for sure, look at American football tennis rugby all hav this technology but i don’t tink any fan has stopped watching cause now they have nothin to talk about! It will be great for the game, this excuse of slowing the game down is bollox, everytime the ref makes a call he has to listen to players complaining for 2 mins that he got it wrong, players shouting and trying to intimidate the ref to changing their mind will be gone just like it has stopped wit goalline technology now and the game is faster because of it, technology is needed in football for the sake of fairness if nothing else.

  8. giddyvillan
    giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 9:03 am . Reply

    I agree with the sin bin idea this would make players think twice about taking a yellow for the team for an eg.

    #HELENIUS December 10, 2013 at 9:14 am . Reply

    But football is a continuous flowing game unlike tennis and American football

    I agree with goal line tech as its quick and won’t disrupt the flow of the game so much but not for every decision a referee has to make. Can you imagine how long it would have taken to go through all the angles of the Fulham penalty before they came across THE ONE that made it look like a bad decision????

    First it starts with goal line, then penalties, then because someone scored from a corner that shouldn’t have been that it will be next, then throw ins……then offsides….and on and on and on………… .

    We will still be watching the game come Monday morning and have nowt to debate!!!!!

    1. Langfordvilla
      Langfordvilla December 10, 2013 at 1:16 pm . Reply

      Completely agree with Helenius! about 18 months ago Football Focus done an article where 2 ex referees and 2 ex players were shown 8 examples of ‘contentious decisions’. These involved…penalties, red and yellow cards,diving and last man scenarios. After 10 mins (yes that long)… The four people on the panel only agreed on 1, yes 1 decision unaminously….I rest my case…it simply does NOT and CANNOT work in football as we know it….the game will simply NOT be the same. Too much technology will kil football. Goaline technology is as far as it should go IMO.

      1. Bill Pearson.
        Bill Pearson. December 10, 2013 at 2:04 pm . Reply

        Does that not also happen in the game of today, even now you might see it different than me on a takle or even goaline incidents, OK I will go with goaline being a must but let’s face it some refs are bias to teams .

        1. giddyvillan
          giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 3:51 pm . Reply

          Lmao i think they call it PAT(pre-alcoholic tension) your right im well edgy talking a load of shite im off for a quick fix.get it down yer.

    2. Kerryvillan
      Kerryvillan December 10, 2013 at 1:35 pm . Reply

      Is football really a continues free flowing game? How many times have we seen a ref surrounded by players over a pen call or sending off and it takes 1-3 mins to sort it out which usually are never added on at the end of the match unless man u are losing! And i think you are missing the point a bit, each team would only have 3 challenges so i don’t see them using it at every corner debate or silly yellow card, if they want to waste it on that its their choice but im sure they would be saved for pen decisions and offsides which is seriously needed because mistakes are being made every game with offsides compared to how many goal line decisions need to be made.

      1. Langfordvilla
        Langfordvilla December 10, 2013 at 2:24 pm . Reply

        Kerry…did you read what I wrote above…its conclusive evidence that technology can do very ittle to improve the game. Quite the opposite if you read what I said!

        1. giddyvillan
          giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 2:32 pm . Reply

          Langford im not sure who they used as guinea pigs mate but maybe they weren’t the brightest fireworks in the box because rugby both codes and cricket to me works ultra quick so why should football be anymore complecated mate,rugby union you’ve got hands & bodies everywhere.i hope we’re not going to have a domestic over this.lol

          1. Langfordvilla
            Langfordvilla December 10, 2013 at 2:47 pm . Reply

            Giddy…they were 2 ex PL referees and 2 ex PL players. If they can only get one decision right out of 8 after 10 mins how is it ever going to work? Look how many people debated our penalty incidents on Sunday and against Arsenal. The arguments are still going on. Sky sports on Monday also had several people discussing it…this suggests that the ultimate decision made will still NOT be right more than about 4 times out of 10 (if your lucky)…and thats a generous estimation on the evidence I have seen. And just to remind you, that is after 10 mins of discussion! so whats the point?

          2. giddyvillan
            giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 3:00 pm . Reply

            Strange very strange how long it took,other sports they reverse & forward at different angles then come to the decision.surely they must of just had slow motion.did they have numerous angles & could stop play?just a thought mate.as far as im concerned rugby union is alot more complicated.

          3. Langfordvilla
            Langfordvilla December 10, 2013 at 3:16 pm . Reply

            I have no idea why mate. Its all about opinions mate, with discretion thrown in (not to mention bias)…… So I still say whats the point? and BTW I have watched loads of Rugby matches where the commentator and co commentator (both ex pro internationals) still argued the toss with the ultimate decision maker!
            No domestic lol…you drunken old git! 🙂

          4. Bill Pearson.
            Bill Pearson. December 10, 2013 at 3:50 pm . Reply

            Sorry Langfordvilla but whose to say them refs are protecting jobs for the boys, as Giddy says if it works for other sports why not football, I’m not advocating whole of the game , but pens and goal lines only and let’s have judicater’s also its a bussines and people are making money out of a sport. Your sport and mine.

      2. giddyvillan
        giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 3:24 pm . Reply

        Lol mate i have seen many heated debates over rugger decisions,we’ll agree to disagree.strange i haven’t had a drink for 48hrs what the fucks wrong with me.

        1. Langfordvilla
          Langfordvilla December 10, 2013 at 3:39 pm . Reply

          No drink for 48 hours……not too sure I believe that lol…perhaps thats why you are arguing with your loved one :)… and BTW i watched a rugby game about two weeks ago where it took AT LEAST 3 minutes to make a decision on a relatively simple try debate.
          Thats the last word from me on this subject….I’m too busy trying to find someone that can confirm that you are sober :)…….god, I wish I had the technology…now fuck off and get pissed…I dont like it when your sober cos you talk bollox 🙂

          1. giddyvillan
            giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 3:56 pm . Reply

            Langford iv replied above kerryvillan fuck knows why it’s done that maybe its me im a wreck mate.

      3. HELENIUS
        HELENIUS December 10, 2013 at 5:03 pm . Reply

        Compared to American Football and cricket, yes, it is as free flowing as it gets..!!! And bringing in a 3 challenge rule is absurd – this is football.

        It works in other sports because they are continuously stop start.

        1. giddyvillan
          giddyvillan December 10, 2013 at 5:50 pm . Reply

          Tell that to foreign refs their murder for blowing the pigging whistle.

      4. OohAhPaulMcGrath
        OohAhPaulMcGrath December 10, 2013 at 9:56 pm . Reply

        Agree another thing I dont get is why dosnt tge clock stop for subs and injuries etc like rugby. This injury time is the biggest load of bollox going.

        1. giddyvillan
          giddyvillan December 11, 2013 at 7:14 am . Reply

          Ooha fully agreed mate ive been saying this for ages,where the fuck do they get 5mins injury time when there’s been many times there hasn’t even been a fucking injury.the systems a joke.

    3. OohAhPaulMcGrath
      OohAhPaulMcGrath December 10, 2013 at 9:53 pm . Reply

      Perhaps it Shoukd be ltd to one challenge each half

  10. Bill Pearson.
    Bill Pearson. December 10, 2013 at 12:41 pm . Reply

    Over the years let’s face it been some extremely funny decisions from refs, if its coming that technology moves in let’s do what cricket does, 3 calls to 4th umpire but only on goal line or penalty calls. Other than that let the game flow, what I’d like to know is why don’t the FA let paying fans know the refs performance’s, up till now Ive never seen a ref that’s been relegated made public to the fans.

  11. B6
    B6 December 10, 2013 at 2:41 pm . Reply

    Technology hasn’t slowed the game of rugby down and neither has it done rugby, cricket, tennis etc any harm. With the standard of todays referees I personally believe it’d be great to use the technology that is available in our game. Not only would it help the match officials no end but you’d see an even playing field. But it’s for that reason, the even playing field, that I believe it’ll never happen. Can you imagine if the Sky 4 weren’t winning everything?

  12. Kerryvillan
    Kerryvillan December 11, 2013 at 1:45 pm . Reply

    Ya ooh ah i agree 1 challenge a half should be the rule or just 2 in a game whichever, but don’t think it should just be for goalline and pen cause we already have goalline now and it works, it should be for offsides, pen and red cards, cause the red card rules are a joke, if it really wasn’t a red your still sent off but with an appeal you don’t get a 3 game ban, what use is that if you lose the game because of it? And offsides are defo needed how many offside goals are scored every year? Loads! or how many offsides are given for perfectly good goals? Loads! Compare that to the usually 3 or 4 goalline mistakes made every season and its minuscule, there is about 3 or 4 bad offside decisions made every weekend.

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