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“I’ve since studied the footage” Mike Dean finnaly breaks silence on to VAR error in Chelsea Tottenham game as Conte pleads for a softer charge

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“I’ve since studied the footage” Mike Dean finnaly breaks silence on to VAR error in Chelsea Tottenham game as Conte pleads for a softer charge

In comments picked up by BBC Sport, Mike Dean, the VAR official from Sunday’s Chelsea vs. Tottenham game, admitted that he made a mistake by not sending the referee to the VAR monitors.

Well, it’s getting late.

He referred to the tense situation and the “seconds” it took him to determine whether a hair pull constituted violent conduct.

We’re not sure where the confusion is because it’s violent and it’s conduct.

“In the few seconds I had to study Romero pulling Cucurella’s hair, I didn’t deem it a violent act,” he said.

“I’ve since studied the footage, spoken to other referees and, upon reflection, I should have asked Taylor to visit his pitchside monitor to take a look for himself.

In an ironic twist, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is now being investigated by the FA for his post-game conduct and comments about the refereeing. 

Dean will be fined and possibly banned, but he will be compensated for his Daily Mail column.

Conte was involved in a heated argument with Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel following the match between their teams. Conte is known for his fiery on-field actions, which have frequently resulted in scuffles with opposing managers.

Conte, on the other hand, believes he was correct in his actions and did not overreact to the situation this time. He also stated that the FA granted Tuchel and him a reprieve.

“I think from many situation I was good to keep calm and don’t have an excessive reaction. The FA gave both coaches a softer charge.” He said.

“I’ve since studied the footage” Mike Dean finnaly breaks silence on to VAR error in Chelsea Tottenham game as Conte pleads for a softer charge

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