• July 25, 2024

Nottingham Forest ‘could pursue legal action against Sky Sports’ over Gary Neville’s VAR criticism.

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. The club has expressed discontent after being likened to a ‘mafia gang’ in response to their statement following their 2-0 loss to Everton. Forest had three penalty appeals denied by VAR, leading to their post-match criticism on social media.

Forest accused referee Anthony Taylor and VAR Stuart Attwell of poor decision-making, and made a bold statement about the situation. They also mentioned their intention to address the issue with the Premier League. They have further demanded the release of audio footage from the match to understand the decision-making process behind each call.

Additionally, Forest is calling for new rules to prevent officials from being involved in matches that could potentially impact the club they support. They claim that ex-referee Mark Clattenburg had discussed with PGMOL boss Howard Webb about the removal of Stuart Attwell from officiating duties for the match due to potential bias as a Luton Town fan.

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