Conor Coady claims VAR is ‘killing’ Wolves after technology takes centre stage in Liverpool defeat
Two incidents in three minutes before half-time encapsulated the best and worst of the review system, with the hosts having Sadio Mane’s goal reinstated after referee Anthony Taylor incorrectly called a handball on Adam Lallana.
On the flip side Wolves had a Pedro Neto equaliser chalked off for another of those marginal offside decisions which are virtually invisible to the naked eye.
Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo was booked after expressing his frustration at both decisions on the sidelines and Coady felt equally aggrieved, saying post-match that VAR ‘is not working’.
When asked whether Wolves felt hard done by, Coady told Sky Sports: “Massively. It’s constantly happening, it’s ridiculous. People are constantly talking about VAR but no-one is asking us about the situation.
“For me, it’s not working. There are people saying they are getting the right results… I don’t know.
“The offside, I can’t get my head around, honest to God I can’t get my head around it. It happened against Manchester City, we managed to come back from it because we showed great character.
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