“VAR has been against us all season!”
- West Ham chief Karren Brady called for the VAR to be abolished following controversy
- VAR ruled out a goal against Chelsea after Michail Antonio was offside
- The wrestlers gathered to achieve a crucial victory, but were outraged at the decision
- And now a furious Brady believes that the technology should be shown ‘the red card’
West Ham chief Karren Brady erupted in a scathing assessment of VAR, calling for the controversial technology to be circumvented.
Brady and her club remained particularly tight against Chelsea on Wednesday, as the East London outfit stared firmly into the ranks of relegation – and their woes seemed to have worsened after a goal was ruled out.
Tomas Soucek’s finish a short distance from a scramble in the penalty area was scratched after a VAR referral, and Brady now believes it is time for the system to see ‘the red card’.
West Ham chief Karren Brady has called for the VAR to be scrapped after even more controversy
The wrestlers were denied a goal against Chelsea after Michail Antonio was offside
Register The sun, West Ham’s vice chairman has outlined the frustration at the club.
She said, “We are now the most affected Premier League squad this season, alongside Sheffield United, in terms of VAR decisions.”
And Brady has also reflected on Mikhail Antonio’s scathing assessment of the post-game video official.
The 30-year-old attacker told Sky Sports, albeit with a laugh, in his interview: “I really don’t like VAR, I really don’t like it!”
The lengthy VAR referral, which chalked off the goal, angered West Ham players and officials
West Ham was forced to recover from the incident to beat Chelsea in a thriller set in the capital
Brady says his comments reflected the overall feeling at London Stadium.
“Mikhail Antonio summed up – much more politely than most – how everyone at West Ham feels about VAR after our win over Chelsea,” she added.
VAR has often been criticized this season after its controversial Premier League introduction.
The politician and TV personality have supported the dissenting voices by insisting that ‘in these strangest football seasons it is clear that VAR has not corrected officials’ mistakes.
Soucek just found it when the Hammers equalized at half-time in the London Stadium
In her column, Brady even sensationally suggested that the technology has been “against” West Ham all season.
She completed her request to intervene by writing: “But there must be something to give at some point. It’s time to show VAR the red card. ‘
Frank Lampard is one of those who have called for a summit at the end of the system to improve the system on the top flight.
The Chelsea boss responded to yet another controversial incident denying Tottenham a goal against Sheffield United on Thursday – and believes there should be “ a major reflection ”.
Frank Lampard is one of those who have called for an end-of-season break to talk about VAR