Jurgen Klopp shares his thoughts on VAR after Liverpool’s mistake and Arsenal’s injury.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed his thoughts on VAR.The January transfer window is fast approaching and teams are ready to hit the market for mid-season reinforcements.

In addition, Klopp has spoken publicly about the video assistant referee (VAR) system. Technology was in the news again after the recent match between West Ham and Arsenal. Controversy erupted when West Ham’s Tomas Soucek scored the first goal at the Emirates. However, there were doubts whether Jarrod Bowen could have kept the ball in play before passing it to a teammate.

Despite these concerns, the on-field referee awarded the goal as there was no clear camera angle for the VAR to reach a conclusion. Konstantinos Mavropanos’ second goal, however, confirmed the Hammers’ victory. Meanwhile, Klopp has spoken out about VAR ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Newcastle.”I don’t think I have to answer that question.

It’s not that you’re taking advantage of me, it’s that I give you too many opportunities to use my sentences. It’s no longer fun or helpful.Meanwhile, Klopp expressed his skepticism about the ongoing debate over the effectiveness of VAR as the match wore on. However, he was not very happy with the complete abolition of VAR.

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