- Oct 5, 2018
That's a fair point, but it doesn't mean that bias was to blame. I'm not trying to say with the statistics that bias doesn't come into it, I'm just saying that it doesn't appear that it has a major effect.In games against the other top six (City, United, Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea) the record reads:
Moss: 4 games, 2 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss (when we were the better side until he sent Mane off against City last year)
Taylor: 7 games, 1 win, 2 draws, 4 losses (we've lost both games against Chelsea he's refereed).
Unless we analyse every decision made in all of those games, we can't know how much was bias and how much was incompetence. Even then, how do we get rid of the bias? VAR will only do so much if used correctly.