Check How Premier League Table Ought To Look Without VAR
The introduction of the Virtual Assistant Referee (VAR) in the English Premier League has been a controversial one due to the inconsistent decision being made by the new technology.
Many fans believed that the VAR has been in favour of some teams, which made some rival fans to be referring to some team like Liverpool as LiVARpool and Manchester United as VARchester United.
However, thorough studied of the season so far shows that the VAR has made a lot of good decisions but with some bad one.
As the EPL is scheduled to end today, Wolves is the most affected team by the VAR because the team ought to have an added 7 points while Tottenham is the most favor team which ought to have 7 points removed from are points.
Check the picture below to see how the table ought to be.
Check Premier League Player and Coach Of The Year Nominees
The Premier league has today unveiled the player and coach of the year Nominees. The winner is expected to be announced on Friday 4 of June. Player of the year Nominees :Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) Ruben Dias (Man City)Bruno Fernandes (Man It's)Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) Mason Mount (Chelsea) Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)Tomas Soucek (West Ham)Mangerof the year Nominees Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds Utd)Josep Guardiola (Man City)David Moyes (West H...
Check out the official 20/21 premier league fixtures here
The Premier League fixtures for the 2020/21 season have been announced.Kick-offs are 15:00 for Saturdays and Bank Holidays unless stated otherwise.Fixtures are subject to change. PostponedBurnley v Man UtdMan City v Aston VillaSaturday 12 SeptemberCrystal Palace v SouthamptonFulham v ArsenalLiverpool v Leeds UnitedSpurs v EvertonWest Brom v Leicester CityWest Ham v Newcastle UnitedMonday 14 September20:00 Brighton v Chelsea20:00 Sheffield United v WolvesSaturday 19...
World Cup: Why VAR allowed Japan’s second goal – EPL ex-referee, Walton
Peter Walton, a former Premier League referee, has explained why Japan’s last goal in their 2-1 win over Spain on Thursday night was allowed to stand.The goal was the reason Germany crashed out of the tournament on Thursday, with Japan and Spain progressing to the next round.According to Walton, the goal was allowed to stand because the curvature of the ball did not go out of play.Watching the replays, one would say that the ball had actually rolled over before Kaor...
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