Sky Sports intellectual, Graeme Souness, has by and by hammered Video Assistant Referee (VAR), after it permitted a Liverpool objective and denied Wolves theirs, as the Premier League pioneers won 1-0 on Sunday.
As per him, "we can't go on like this".
Souness even proceeded to propose a change to the offside rule, which he accepts will remove the majority of the contention.
"The ball winds up in the rear of the net, you believe it's superbly fine, yet then you need to pause," Souness said in the studio.
"I simply don't get it. It's so tight, difficult to call.
"From my speculation, there's a basic method to get over this. Rather than going not far off where any piece of the body the player can score an objective with is offside… We're in the diversion business. That is the reason 90% of individuals turn up in the arena and watch on TV, to see objectives. We're precluding them the delight from securing seeing objectives.
"We should transform it to: if any piece of the striker is onside, so his foot could be behind the line yet the vast majority of his body is past it, we ought to enable the objective to stand. It would remove most of the hazy areas and we'd see more objectives.
"At that point if a group surrenders an objective they need to turn out to be progressively daring. They need to begin pursuing the game so the odds are you'd see more objectives.
"We can't go on like this current, there's an excess of dissatisfaction included at the present time."
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