The Mail on Sunday thinks Burnley's penalty against Arsenal should have stood because the referee didn't make a 'clear and obvious' error.
You aren't imagining it if you think Arsenal are getting the worst of VAR, with ESPN totalling decisions to find Arsenal clear at the bottom of the table.
VAR decisions against Arsenal have been a common theme with the one against Burnley just the latest in a long line of bad decisions this season.
Arsenal fans know this hasn't been a great season for VAR decisions overturned in their favour, but it's probably worse than they thought.
In this week's podcast, we talk about the draw against Manchester United, the controversial defeat against Wolves, and what we should take from both matches.
Arsenal have failed in their bid to get Eddie Nketiah's red card overturned meaning he must now serve a three-game suspension.
We all know that VAR has not been Arsenal's friend this season but did you know that it also seems to be giving former Arsenal man, Sven Mislintat, a major headache in Germany, too?
Premier League referees will finally use pitchside monitors properly from next season to rule on offside calls as well as red cards.
The Premier League will review how they use VAR for next season and the offside rule will be changed to give the advantage to the striker - something it was already supposed to be doing.
The Daily Mail today reported that PGMOL are not responsible for the fact that referees do not use pitchside monitors because that was the decision of Premier League clubs in at least four meetings.
Arsenal claimed what could well be a huge win over Everton despite having to battle both the Toffees and the officials, once again.
Arsene Wenger's plans to overhaul the offside rule, and VAR along with it, will not be in place for the Euros this summer according to the chief of the International Football Association Board (IFAB).
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has backed Arsene Wenger's calls to change VAR and the way the offside rule is applied.
Arsene Wenger is proposing that football authorities stop being idiots with VAR and eliminate the marginal offside calls that are so far from clear and obvious they may as well be a lump of coal in a black coat out for a late-night stroll along an unlit country road.
VAR will be used in the Europa League knock-out stages which start this week with Arsenal welcoming Olympiacos to the Emirates.
Arsenal won 4-0 against Newcastle United on Sunday, but that shouldn't stop us drawing attention to a terrible offside decision against Mesut Özil in the second half.
The Premier League has no intention of changing how it uses VAR to adjudicate marginal offsides despite a reminder from the International Football Association Board that VAR is supposed to be used for 'clear and obvious errors'.
Arsenal against Brighton was a lot of things, few of them good as we moved closer to the relegation zone with our first home league defeat of the season, so here are 23 things I noticed from Thursday night.
Arsene Wenger believes Premier League referees should be using the pitch-side monitors to check their decisions more often.
Arsene Wenger has called on Premier League refs to use pitchside monitors as they continue to struggle with using VAR.
Arsenal went to Leicester in search of only their third cleansheet in their last 25 Premier League away games and, as you know, couldn't find it.
Arsenal are reportedly 'seething' over the VAR calls that cost them the game against Crystal Palace on Sunday but they might be slightly misguided in their thinking.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita make sense of Sunday's madness, tackle the VAR confusion, ponder potential captaincy...
With both VAR decisions going against Arsenal this weekend, it seems as if the new tech has it in for the Gunners, but are the refs really screwing Arsenal or are we just imagining it?
Former Premier League Mark Clattenburg has said that both VAR decisions at the Emirates were wrong.
There is no other word for it but 'sh*t show' when it comes to describing Arsenal against Crystal Palace.
On this week's Daily Cannon Weekly podcast, episode 215, host Matthew Wade took some time to discuss the yellow cards stats an article on the site threw up after the game against Manchester United, showing how unfairly Arsenal are being treated.
The Premier League has reportedly told referees to use VAR more to put an end to the controversies we've already seen this season but the referees are happy with how things are going.
Despite being shown to be using VAR incorrectly over the weekend, Premier League refs have no intention of doing anything about it.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen and Anita discuss the 3-1 defeat to Liverpool, formation changes, VAR, and how Arsenal...
The introduction of VAR this season was supposed to bring football into line with other 21st century sports but the Premier League seem determined to make it as useless as possible.
Arsenal collected another three points to keep up their 100% start, winning their opening two games for the first time in 10 years with a 2-1 win over Burnley on Saturday afternoon.
During the World Cup, Anita Sambol will bring you a daily roundup of all the action. In this latest roundup, Anita turns her attention to...
After 11 games, it is interesting to note that discipline records are very good at the 2018 World Cup. Is that due to VAR or the referees leniency with regards to the rules on yellow and red cards?
Until we refuse to take players seriously for making the most of every contact made with a defender, then players won't take the rules seriously either.
Abdoulaye Doucore sealed a 2-2 draw in the Premier League clash with what most observers regarded as a clear handball in the final minute as referees find themselves once again in the spotlight because of poor mistakes that are costing clubs points.
After Arsenal's 3-1 loss to Manchester City, here are the five things we learned from the match.
Arsenal have been caught by dodgy decisions this season, including on the road against Watford, increasing the calls for video technology to be implemented.
In 2010, Thierry Henry handled the ball and then assisted the winner for France in a World Cup play-off against the Republic of Ireland.
The International Football Association Board has opened the door to video refereeing by allowing experiments to start soon. This is a big step forward for...
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