I think if a cautionable offence is identified in an 'allowable' review then it can be communicated to the referee and caution issued.VAR can't deem it simulation, it isn't in their remit. They either say stick with the penalty or reverse it and give an IFDK.
Two wrong pks and out of breath?Not his worse game, he’s had much worse!
I think it’s time he smelled the coffee and dropped a few levels. There are people on 7-5 that are the next superstars coming through!
Always reminds me in stature of Alan Wiley, difference being Wiley was excellent and made up for, not pristine movement, in other ways.Death, taxes, and Jon Moss being far away from the penalty area for an important call in the area. Three certainties of life.
He's passed the fitness test repeatedly, the same as all other referees at that level.Two wrong pks and out of breath?
Aye, better than usual i suppose
its frustrating because by all accounts he seems a cracking guy, but thats not thd issue, its purely his refereeing ability.
Passing the test is not a measurement of anybodys fitnessReading a couple of posts you seem to imply he isn’t fit enough for the EPL though - despite passing the fitness test.
I have no doubts he has passed the fitness test on multiple occasions. PGMOL, the Premier League, and the FA obviously aren’t going to risk major trouble sending someone out there who hasn’t passed the fitness test.He's passed the fitness test repeatedly, the same as all other referees at that level.