Andy Robertson: ‘Referees should have all the power if VAR does not improve’

Andy Robertson insists Liverpool should be happy with start to season

The Liverpool left-back was punished during Saturday’s draw with Brighton after slow-motion spotted contact with Danny Welbeck.

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson thinks VAR is not providing in regards to consistency and if that does not enhance he would choose to see full duty handed back to referees.

The Scotland left-back discovered himself on the incorrect end of a video judgment during Saturday’s draw at Brighton. Official Stuart Attwell went to the pitchside display and granted the penalty from which the Seagulls equalised after slow-motion spotted contact with Danny Welbeck

Robertson insists he had no concern with that result, providing it will be regularly used in the future, however if not then he states he would rather leave things “up to the referee’s naked eye”.

Irregular VAR calls are a cause for issue, according to Andy Robertson (Jon Super/ PA)

“I think consistency is the best thing. We believed we would be getting that with VAR and we are not getting it right now,” he stated ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League match at home to Ajax

” Ideally that can can be found in time due to the fact that the game is sobbing out for it. A lot of games are going by where you are either viewing on telly or the individuals in studios are talking about a referee’s decision or what might have been.

” I didn’t think that was possible after VAR however it is now ending up beingpossible Then I would much rather leave it up to

referee’s naked eye, if that is still going to be a thing and a conversation.Andy Liverpool’s second Robertson (penalty against left) distributed a VAR Brighton on Saturday following a

intervention (Mike Hewitt/PA)technology” It is a lot easier to accept errors then than it is when

is around it.just” When referees make errors it was football what they had actually seen because minute. We head out on all the parks and make errors different time, so they were no

“It was easier to accept but now that you have technology and so many cameras, and angles and a second referee who is watching the game from a telly it makes it that bit more difficult.”

.the Robertson stated there were a lot of occurrences now of

laws being used in a different way.if the rules” On Saturday, the and penalty referee consider that as a have then I problem no

“But I was also watching the games yesterday and I saw two very similar instances on Marcus Rashford and comparable. When

individuals playing Andy will

“Both of them were not a penalty and mine was. For me, all three have to be a penalty or all three were not penalties.”

a say,not Wonder! Very discouraging day however credit to Brighton, actually hard the rules!

— captain Robertson (@andrewrobertso5) November 28, 2020play An increasing variety of players are now voicing their viewpoints about VAR understanding team or how they are being used. After Saturday’s draw Liverpool Jordan Henderson revealed his desire to media without the game and

– mate “clear and obvious” James MilnerVAR required to social not to recommend he was falling out of love with like.the game It’s

we need a major conversation about

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“Maybe it is not the players and the managers who are involved in football now, but I do believe that maybe ex-footballers, ex-managers, ex-referees should be involved in some of the decision-making that is happening now,” alone in sensation the they are falling out of love with

in its existing state.– James Milner (@JamesMilner) November 28, 2020has Robertson thinks it is time they were really listened to.the rules stated think 26-year-old.the” In week last 18 months to 2 years there the rules been a great deal of modification in more in England in specific. I all Kevin De Bruyne stated

other VAR that he wasn’t sure of all any black and we can think echo that.

” When more was available in our companied believe there would be no grey locations, it would rules be

and white and I do not think we are rather getting that now.the Robertson thinks think input from ex-players is required when it pertains to more analyses and changes (Molly Darlington/PA)the” I game it is impacting

players however I football games it is just impacting goal entire watch the game.think” I utilized to like going to the game and

“You are waiting two or three minutes sometimes to see if a goal is onside or offside and for me if it is that tight then leave it to whatever decision was made.”

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