Unbelievable Posted March 18 Share Posted March 18 31 minutes ago, AyeDubbleYoo said: Clear and obvious error doesn’t solve anything, it just introduces another level of subjectivity. Makes it worse if anything, or at least harder to understand. Clear and obvious is quite a useful principle though. E.g. if only one out of five angles supports the potential error theory, it certainly wasn’t clear and obvious. It was introduced to correct obvious things the referee may have missed, not for this level of nitpicking and finding an angle to suit the preferred outcome. just how did we get here, really. As gbandit suggests, no ordinary football fan would look at that passage of play yesterday and suggest it was a clear and obvious case of offside that the referee and linesman somehow missed. Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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