Celtic told to ‘get used to’ VAR injustice after crushing Sky update – pundit – Football Insider

  • October 27, 2022

By Alan Hutton
Alan Hutton has told Ange Postecoglou to “get used to” having VAR decisions go against Celtic.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Rangers defender said that as the season progresses more decisions will go in favour of the Hoops.
The Celts experienced their first Premiership game with VAR in a 4-3 win over Hearts on Saturday (22 October).
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Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Postecoglou said he would “much prefer” if the technology wasn’t involved “at all”.
The Australian said there is “a lot of theatre” and bemoaned the lack of a VAR check on a big handball call for the Hoops at the end of the first half.
Hutton insisted the Green and Whites will have to get used to decisions not going their way whilst the Scottish league gets used to the new technology.
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It is here and it will stay,” he told Football Insider.
I think it had to come in and keep up pace with the other big leagues around the world. It was always going to happen.
Because there were certain incidents that happened in the game and then you speak to a manager right after. Emotions are running high, you are maybe going to say something that you are thinking about.
It is what it is, we will get used to it. The time will speed up, it will hopefully not take as long in the future.
You hope throughout the season that more goes for you than against you. Every manager and player within the league, and the fans, are going to have to get used to it.
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