Sheffield United “objective ghost”: PGMOL insists on the fact that there will be no review of VAR | Football News

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Sheffield United was denied a goal after that, the technological system of the goal line had malfunctioned during their 0-0 first-leg draw with Aston Villa.

Sheffield United was denied a goal after that, the technological system of the goal line had malfunctioned during their 0-0 first-leg draw with Aston Villa.

The Premier League has no intention of reviewing its rules on the use of assistant referees video [VAR] despite the technology, goalline has not managed to award a goal in the game Sheffield United against Aston Villa ..

Hawk-Eye, which provides the technology goalline, said that it “apologises unreservedly” to the Premier League and Sheffield United after the game officials have not received signal to the watch or earpiece.

The company stated that it had “never been seen before in more than 9 000 matches” after its seven cameras located in the stands around the goal zone were occluded significantly ” by the goalkeeper of Aston Villa, Orjan Nyland.

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FREE WATCH: highlights of the 0-0 first-leg draw between Aston Villa and Sheffield United in Premier League.

FREE WATCH: highlights of the 0-0 first-leg draw between Aston Villa and Sheffield United in Premier League.

Michael Oliver shows that his watch GDS had not alerted on a goal

Michael Oliver shows that his watch GDS had not alerted on a goal

However, by virtue of the laws of football, the assistant referee video has been allowed to review the incident, despite the obstruction caused by Nyland.

The Professional Game Match Officials Limited [PGMOL] confirmed that the VAR was ” able to verify the situations of purpose “, but does not intervene after ” the game officials on the field did not receive signal “. Paul Tierney, the match VAR, has not verified the incident and nothing was reported by the assistant referee to the referee Michael Oliver, suggesting that he did not have a clear view of the incident.

Chris Wilder has outlined his frustrations at half-time and full-time at Villa Park

Chris Wilder has outlined his frustrations at half-time and full-time at Villa Park

Sky Sports News has been informed that a graphics 3D animation of the incident has not been provided because the system requires multiple camera angles to detect the ball in order to triangulate an accurate position to the millimeter.

The PGMOL does not intend to revise its protocols VAR by insisting that all future incidents related to the technology goalline to be verified by responsible video.

All goals are verified by VAR.

Wilder: How seven cameras don’t they have captured?

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The manager of Sheffield United, Chris Wilder admits he is frustrated that a mistake of the technology of the goal line has not been detected by VAR.

The manager of Sheffield United, Chris Wilder admits he is frustrated that a mistake of the technology of the goal line has not been detected by VAR.

The manager of Sheffield United, Chris Wilder, has shown a range of emotions after the game – frustration, bewilderment and sympathy – admitting that he was sorry for the referee Oliver, and fourth official Chris Kavanagh.

He said Sky Sports: “The declaration is output, unprecedented, unbelievable. It is the balance. We were waiting for someone, I don’t know who it was at Stockley Park, to show a bit of courage, get out the chest and say that I will do But if they say that they have not seen, and seven cameras have not seen, I guess he will say that he cannot make this decision.

“I think we’ve all had the feeling, the two groups of players, the fans and the staff, I think that even talking to the referee and the fourth official, I think we’ve all had the feeling of a purpose. You are listening to the statement which has been given by Hawk-Eye, my problem is frustration, seven cameras have not captured the league to be the most technical in the world, video analysis and everything that we see from all angles has not seen lens. It is disappointing from our point of view. view.

“We went to Tottenham last year, it has nothing to do with the timing, the big toe of John Lundstram was out of the game, and I hang around in the pouring rain at White Hart Lane for 10 minutes for a decision. Therefore, I do not know why I would not have been able to wait even 10 minutes to Birmingham in the rain for another decision. ”

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