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Ex-referee blasts Man Utd goal vs Liverpool and labels VAR a total embarrassment

Daily Star Monday, 21 October 2019
Ex-referee blasts Man Utd goal vs Liverpool and labels VAR a total embarrassmentFormer Premier League referee Mark Halsey insists Marcus Rashford’s goal for Manchester United against Liverpool should have been chalked off by VAR
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Is VAR ruining the Premier League? | The Group Chat 39:12

The international break is over, the Premier League is back and there’s loads to discuss in The Group Chat!Host Adam McKola is joined by Mundial Magazine’s Sam Diss and Carl Anka of The Athletic to reflect on a weekend dominated by VAR controversy.Who’ll be happier with the draw between United...

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