Isn't the problem with VAR that it's trying to run after perfection in an imperfect game? Football isn't a very rigid, structured sport like Cricket for example. It's very unstructured and multifaceted, over the course of 90 mins 22 players on a large pitch provide an almost infinite number of possibilities and scenarios. I know it's tough when a bad decision goes against you, but I tend to err on the side of trying to accept refereeing imperfection as a natural part of the game. I've watched games recently on TV and the ridiculous level of minute focus on millimetres and inches when it comes to ref decisions has become too much. A quarter of a knee is technically offside so HE'S 100% OFFSIDE? Jesus I mean c'mon. It's typical human nature, give someone a gadget and they'll use it even if they don't necessarily need to. That's sort of what VAR feels like to me. We have loads of television cameras and studio analysis etc, so football has become an exercise in debating refereeing decisions. There's a sort of certainty and clarity in the murkiness of human imperfection. Once you accept that there will be mistakes, you are liberated to not care about attaining perfection and you can concentrate on the actual football. I don't predict it will be ditched though. TV has become too integral to the game for such a culture reversal to be allowed to happen, the tail has started to wag the dog.