#sports Premier League referees 'hung out to dry' by VAR mistakes, insists former PGMOL chief Keith Hackett

#sports Premier League referees ‘hung out to dry’ by VAR mistakes, insists former PGMOL chief Keith Hackett

#sports activities Premier League referees ‘hung out to dry’ by VAR errors, insists former PGMOL chief Keith Hackett

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Premier League referees are being ‘hung out to dry’ by VAR errors, insists former PGMOL chief Keith Hackett… as Referees’ Association warns the stream of younger officers coming by way of may dry up due to abuse

Referees are being ‘hung out to dry’ over a litany of high-profile VAR errors, in accordance to Keith Hackett. 

Hackett, a former Premier League referee and former head of PGMOL, the governing physique for officers in English soccer, insists the refs should really feel ‘let down’ by being made to look ‘silly’ by this weekend’s controversial incidents.

Meanwhile, there are fears not sufficient proficient referees are coming by way of the ranks due to the abuse they undergo at decrease ranges. 

Referees are being 'hung out to dry' over several high-profile VAR mistakes, says Keith Hackett

Referees are being ‘hung out to dry’ over a number of high-profile VAR errors, says Keith Hackett

Hackett informed PA: ‘We’re in our fourth season of VAR and we’re not working it nicely. These officers do not get to the Premier League with out being good referees. In some methods they’ve been made to look silly this weekend by what has occurred. They should really feel that they have been let down.

‘They have been hung out to dry as a result of there isn’t any management. There’s no steering, there isn’t any teaching. That in the end has to come down to the particular person operating the organisation (Mike Riley). The interplay between the referee and the VAR is suspect.

‘One of the explanations for that’s you have bought present referees who would possibly referee on a Saturday all of the sudden changing into a VAR on a Sunday. I do not suppose that is conducive to good officiating.’

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