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Harry Kane gets a penalty for Spurs but was clearly off-side !!!


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Yes he was but never mind it was against Arsenal.


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Harry Kane gets a penalty for Spurs but was clearly off-side !!!


Clearly?




Think the word you’re looking for is “marginally”. And at the end of the day, who really gives a fuuck? Gonna have almost no bearing on what happens to either club in the long run.

Said it the other day - if all these purists are so concerned about making sure the big calls are right, they can introduce VAR in the lower leagues and conference where decisions can mean clubs going out of business and people losing their jobs.
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Clearly?




Think the word you’re looking for is “marginally”. And at the end of the day, who really gives a fuuck? Gonna have almost no bearing on what happens to either club in the long run.

Said it the other day - if all these purists are so concerned about making sure the big calls are right, they can introduce VAR in the lower leagues and conference where decisions can mean clubs going out of business and people losing their jobs.



That’s not marginal , it’s fully offside
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Kane was well offside, but Abanyang wasn't fouled for their peno either so reffing mistakes at both ends


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In real time when there are multiple players making a run, that's it's easy to say a clencredibly hard to call. Its easy to say it's clear from a still picture.
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That’s not marginal , it’s fully offside


Thought if any part of the attacker's body was in line with any part of the defender's body when the ball is kicked, he is onside?


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Thought if any part of the attacker's body was in line with any part of the defender's body when the ball is kicked, he is onside?


I liked it when they changed the rule so there had to be clear daylight between the players to be offside,

It did not last long maybe a season or two the problem was seeing clear daylight on the night games.


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I thought now the rule was that you are only offside once you've played the ball. Kane was fouled before the ball reached him.
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You're either offside or not and that's offside.
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