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Old 20-05-2019, 02:14 PM
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Originally Posted by alanlee11 View Post
It will take the buzz off celebrations in the crowd, such is life now - there are very few 'in the moment' expressions of emotions from humans now - it's all filtered or manipulated for one's own narcissism.

I go to football for the excitement and the feeling of those big moments, which you don't get watching at home - that's why many of us supporters haven't enjoyed this season, we've been deprived of any drama at home - no last minute winners and very few goals from open play.

VAR will take the atmosphere in grounds in the wrong direction, even if you agree with it being put in place.
I enjoyed watching the spurs v Man City champions league semi final. The atmosphere was an emotional roller coaster

Though even after VAR the Spurs goal was questionable
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