Breaking; Thomas Frank criticizes VAR for missing a crucial Brentford ruling against Nottingham Forest

Thomas Frank discusses VAR and his team’s penalty appeals at the City Ground in the most recent Nottingham Forest news

Thomas Frank, the manager of Brentford, has expressed his “so tiredness of talking about” VAR following more controversy on Sunday at the City Ground.

Many believe the visitors should have been awarded a penalty kick following a foul by Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Matt Turner on Yoane Wissa in the second half. The visitors had two handball penalty appeals waved down in the first half. After the game, Frank was questioned about the lack of decisions.

The foul on Wissa was a “clear penalty,” he added, but the two for handball – against Nicolas Dominguez and Willy Boly – might have gone any way. He voiced his disappointment at having to bring up VAR once more.

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@Debs90181034: After what was a strange and awful second half, great point! I doubt that we will ever see one like that again. Murillo and Boly frequently came to our rescue. Great personality!

It must grow better with shots on target given our offensive threat. If not, we’ll be facing another relegation fight.

decent given that we had only 10 guys left. Last year, we would have lost that. Sangare looked better and better with each game, and Dominguez and Murillo were excellent. I hope Dominguez’s injuries are not severe. It’s still early, but things are looking good.

@tehlolninja: Wonderful start for Murillo; a touch shaky in control in the first half, but great defensively; £13.75m may prove to be a steal. But without MGW, there would be a definite absence of a cutting edge. Dominguez is tremendous, and Sangare gets better every game.


: Even though we didn’t play well, it makes me happy to think that the Brentford fans are probably feeling duped and wronged.

@theamazinglamb: Cooper chose the wrong team today, but I’m content to accept a fortuitous point.

@nffcalways1: Conflicting emotions. frustrated that they had control in the first half but were unable to capitalize on their position, but a draw with 10 men is better than nothing. Must improve on handling the last ball.

@greg_oram: Boly and Murillo both played excellently. Another goal and another win for the home team, who played much of the second half with just 10 players.

Huge point with 10 guys, @NffcOwen. All game long, midfield three played superbly.

@DanielD07631863: Will earn a point today, although I have a sneaking suspicion Palace away will be challenging given their current form.








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