Livingston’s chief executive takes his ire at VAR over Sima’s “error” public after a ferocious Rangers goal.

The Lions’ top executive lashed out on social media, regretting the use of the video replay system during the contentious opening.

Dave Black, the chief executive of Livi,ngston acknowledged that it was difficult to swallow Rangers’ contentious opening goal against his team. After feeling vindicated, he then criticized VAR.

The head of the Lions complained on social media, lamenting the fact that Willie Collum’s on-field decision to allow Abdallah Sima’s opening goal could not be reversed by the video replay system. The opposition stated that the winger shoved Jamie Brandon to the ground at Ibrox during Michael Beale’s team’s 4-0 Viaplay Cup quarterfinal victory. Black expressed his concerns about clubs paying for VAR while having to put up with what he considers to be an obvious mistake by the match officials during the loss to Rangers.

Black wrote on social media: “Going to places like Ibrox is hard enough as it is, but it’s incredibly, incredibly difficult to take the fact that we also have to pay for the introduction of VAR into the game but still have to put up and shut up with this sort of error even yet.”

In addition, Stephen Craigan was adamant that the visitors should have been called for a foul, echoing Black’s outrage. I have to admit, everyone anticipated the whistle blowing. Jamie Brandon appeared to have received a push from Sima’s right hand. That appears to be a free kick. He shoves him while placing his hand on his back. He pushes him over when Brandon is in charge of the game. There is no question, in my opinion, that Sima makes the contract.

“I believe Sima also believed the whistle would blow. I believe they missed one. I believe there should be a free kick awarded if a Livingston player pushes a Rangers player. It would be intriguing to learn what Nick Walsh or Willie Collum on VAR are considering.


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