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Chuky, my view of the Mendy incident was the ball was there to be won and the attacker had quicker intentions than the keeper. This opens up a whole set of new potential rules on incidents like this and it is then down to interpretation off the pitch by suits. I said at the very outset of Var, this is one step from corruption. Nothing wrong with VAR but it is governed by humans and that is where the problem will continue to grow. Of course , they will continue to change rules etc…for what? Just leave it as goal line technology and let the players and officials get on with the job.
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