PGMOL will ultimately decide whether to make the VAR audio from Tottenham’s loss public before Liverpool receives it.

According to a report, Liverpool will reportedly obtain the VAR audio of Luis Diaz’s goal that was ruled offside during the Reds’ 2-1 loss to Tottenham.


According to reports, the PGMOL will transmit Liverpool the VAR audio of Diaz’s goal, and Liverpool will analyze it before it is made public.


In fact, if the audio is made available to the public, it will probably happen before PGMOL Chief Refereeing Officer Howard Webb’s appearance on the Webb’s Mic’d Up Show on Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Sky Sports.


On the social media website X, formerly known as Twitter, Miguel Delaney of The Independent wrote: “PGMOL are giving the audio to Liverpool. Before it is made public, it will be reviewed, but that will also happen and may possibly be.

England and his aide Dan Cook were wrong in thinking that Diaz’s goal had initially been upheld. They then informed field referee Simon Hooper that their check was finished.


“Liverpool Football Club acknowledges PGMOL’s admission of their failures last night,” the club said in a statement. It is obvious that the rules of the game were not correctly applied, which compromised the integrity of sports.


“We completely acknowledge the demands that match officials face, but the introduction and use of VAR is designed to lessen, not increase, these pressures.


Therefore, it is unacceptable that neither a follow-up intervention nor enough time was given to allow for the right choice to be taken.


It is particularly unacceptable that these mistakes have already been labeled as “significant human error.” Only the review, in full transparency, should determine any and all results.


This is crucial for the validity of decisions made in the future because it pertains to all clubs and the lessons learned will be applied to better processes to ensure situations like this won’t happen again.


Given the obvious need for escalation and resolution, “we will explore the range of options available” in the interim.



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