PGMOL’s first Match Officials Mic’d Up show of the season will be aired this Wednesday as fans speculate on which VAR incidents will be revealed as Howard Webb joins Michael Owen for the programme
- PMGOL will air their first Match Official’s Mic’d Up show of the season this week
- Howard Webb will joing Michael Owen for the 26-minute programme
- It will be broadcast on both Sky Sports and TNT Sports
The PGMOL’s first Match Officials Mic’d Up show of the season will be aired this Wednesday, with fans speculating on which VAR incidents will be revealed.
PGMOL chief Howard Webb will join Michael Owen in the studio for the 26-minute programme.
The show will be produced via Premier League Productions and broadcast by Sky Sports and TNT Sports.
It has yet to be revealed which refereeing decisions they will discuss using un-released audio from between the on-field officials and VAR teams.
The season’s first big error involved a stoppage-time penalty which Wolves were incorrectly not awarded in their season-opening defeat at Manchester United.
Howard Webb will be in the studio to discuss refereeing decision and release new audio
Micahel Owen will join Webb for the show, which will be broadcast on both Sky and TNT Sports
Andre Onana had fouled Wolves striker Sasa Kalajdzic in the 1-0 loss but it was not given
Referee Simon Hooper and VAR Michael Salisbury were both dropped following the mistake after failing to realise that United goalkeeper Andre Onana had fouled Wolves striker Sasa Kalajdzic in the 1-0 loss.
Other high-profile incidents have included the straight red card shown to Liverpool’s Alexis Mac Allister for a foul on Bournemouth’s Ryan Christie.
More recently, the Arsenal penalty which was overturned against Manchester United after Kai Havertz felt he was fouled by Aaron Wan-Bissaka on Sunday.
Webb appeared on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football to talk through incidents which occurred using audio from those discussions. He has said he feels it is important that the PGMOL shows more transparency.
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