Food Villas-Boas acid on the VAR and refereeing: "Maybe the cables were disconnected"

02:25  24 january  2021
02:25  24 january  2021 Source:   sport24.lefigaro.fr

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The closest Villas - Boas ' team came to scoring was a late free-kick from Dimitri Payet which flew narrowly over the crossbar. One of Marseille's several supporters' groups managed to write “Vous Etes Degueulasses” ("You Are Disgusting") in big letters on the

Villas - Boas claimed comparisons with other sports such as American football or rugby union, or the fractured skull Chelsea goalkeeper The guidelines for concussion are clear: an athlete should not return to play on the day the injury occurs, or for six days afterwards.

  Villas-Boas acide sur la VAR et l'arbitrage : «Peut-être que les câbles étaient déconnectés» © Norbert Scanella / Panoramic

André Villas-Boas (OM coach): "The goal of entry into second half hurts us a lot. We have lost confidence. We conceded three goals from set pieces when we were solid in this area. The first half was good, the second not very good. On the corner, the VAR cannot intervene. It's a referee's error, it can happen. But in the 80th, there may be a red for Monaco (after a foul on Leonardo Balerdi, editor's note) and also a penalty on (Dimitri) Payet. We have at the VAR a referee who is not experienced and who does not dare to intervene. Or maybe the cables were disconnected. It's always the same, we have plenty of boxes, we still go out with three suspended (Balerdi, Gueye, Khaoui, editor's note). We listen to the referees, we listen to all this bullshit that is useless because OM is always the most successful team. (...) There is no crisis, the state of mind was good, the players concentrated, focused. But we lose confidence. I think we're going to be okay because the guys give it their all. But at the moment we continue to take goals. We also lost (Valentin) Rongier (Achilles tendon) this morning. The Gueye-Balerdi duo worked rather well, but in the second half we didn't master the game. I hope to find Bouba (Kamara) and we have a week to work before Rennes. (...) Last season, we did not take a goal from a corner, this year yes. Monaco are the best team in France on set pieces and they hurt us with that. (Arkadiusz) Milik has not played since November 15th. We don't want to take too many risks. But he will work all week, we can put him in physical condition to play a little more. He has entered a bad period. We have to give it balloons, find the right dynamic. We are far from 3rd place but anything can happen. We are at -9 compared to last season. These are hard times but I hope we will get out of it. Monaco has escaped a bit but we must insist, there is no choice. ” (Interview at a press conference, with AFP)

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Results aside, Villas - Boas was undermined by a series of less-than-flattering stories seeping out about his work at Stamford Bridge, ensuring the spotlight remained on the manager rather than players who were letting him down with their dismal performances.

One reason is the bottom of the ocean is not flat - but has mountains and valleys like dry land, so extra cable is 'payed out' (let off the ship) to fill in the valleys so the cable isn't left suspended between peaks. Think of paying out rope from the back of a helicopter over the alps.

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Steve Mandanda (OM goalkeeper):" We had a good first period, being quite solid, without suffering too much . Afterwards, we are in a period where it is a little more complicated ... We take three goals from a set piece. We lack concentration. On one of the goals, there is no corner, we complain, we talk, they play fairly quickly and we react, we suffer. Unfortunately, in these periods, it's always like this: the smallest little thing, we pay cash. Now we have no choice but to be strong, strong mentally, to work and give the maximum in the next game because the season is long and no one has to give up, no matter what the situation, no matter how it happens. (...) At the moment, everything is a bit against us, there are the results, we have a lot of physical problems, there was the departure of Morgan (Sanson) during the day (he will sign for Aston Villa, editor's note) ... These are not excuses, it's just that in these moments, it's complicated. But once again, you have to assume, be mentally strong. There are a lot of matches that are going to happen. We have to move on, be strong and we'll see how it goes. It's a complicated season. It's like that. We must assume. (...) We stand up, we are fully with (André Villas-Boas). We know what we owe him, what he also brought us. It's up to us to do our utmost to reverse the trend. Complicated periods, I have known them. There have been others. You don't get out of these situations like that, by snapping your fingers or just having a chat. There is also the luck factor. Today, it did not smile on us. But we continue to work, we will not give up and we will give the maximum every time. " (at the microphone of Canal +)

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