Yup...That's the One.Might work.Would people be happy with a time cap on decisions? That seems to be what peeves most crowds at games off. I'm thinking 30 seconds max!
For me the worst part is that it has ruined that burst of joy and excitement that you get when a goal is scored. You now have to wait anything from 1 minute to 5 minutes to see if the goal will be allowed or not. It's also killing the flow of the game and making it more like tedium ball or "rugby" as some of you call it - stop start stop start.
Personally I'd hand the power back to the referees. As bad as many are, VAR has not ruled out wrong decisions. At least with the refs the decision is quick and doesn't kill the flow of the game.
I'd give each manager one maybe two opportunities per half to "challenge" a refs decision through VAR. And that is all. Once they use those challenges that's it. You'd find that the managers would only request VAR for serious stuff like penalties or violent conduct / red cards.
All the other Poxbollocks can go fuckk itself along with the cuntiestUberMegaCUNTS mike (I'm fergies gimp) riley and mike (I'm a po-faced paedo) dean...both of who are such cuntts they actually deserve to serve life in a Brazilian prison.
The 30 second decision idea simply comes back to Riley & Co deliberately misinterpreting the "clear and obvious" issued guidelines.
'Clear and obvious' is supposed to be just that so it shouldn't even take 30 seconds to decide. If you look at an incident and it doesn't immediately jump out as being a clear and obvious mistake then the refs are supposed to leave well alone. So when they look at something and think 'ooh that's close to offside' unless they can see that it is definitely offside then they aren't supposed to get involved. But they can't help but fu.ck it up because they are all a bunch of cu.nts and as long as said bunch of cu.nts are involved in the process they will continue to fu.ck it up.