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According to this video its called double stepover but i dont think that this is the offical name for it.


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While I agree with all the answers here, what I think is missing is "Drama and Money". The Rules in Football are designed to allow for wrong calls. This creates Drama which creates a lot of buzz around the Sport. Everybody can talk about a bad decision from the Official if they can watch it 10 times in slow motion on the TV. That is something to ...


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In principle, an objectively wrong decision must be a clear and obvious error, as nobody in possession of the facts (and the applicable law) could consider it to be correct. Some reviews require a check of extreme detail to determine whether an objective fact such as offside or handball has been missed or incorrectly observed, and an incorrect decision ...


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The amount of time it takes to review is somewhat of a pain point with VAR. Soccer involves many people, and their interaction with each others. To review you need to look at a number of angles, and interactions are open to interpretation. In tennis use of Hawk Eye is automatic as the only need to be tracked is the ball. But in soccer you need to take a look ...


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Don't forget that the VAR people have multiple cameras they need to watch (where I am, in the Netherlands, at least six); a situation may be difficult to judge from all but one angle. It takes a while to review all that footage, especially if the fragments are long (I think that a foul at the very beginning of an attack can already influence whether a goal ...


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