Kamara fuels controversy over disallowed LFC goal, saying 'They don't want this to be a goal'
As if the disallowed goal controversy yesterday couldn't get any worse, one of Sky Sports' own most popular and quotable pundits has basically accused the match officials at Aston Villa on Saturday of ruling Bobby Firmino's goal out because they didn't want it to stand.
That's some statement to make. Of course, he surely means that they simply didn't want to overrule the linesman and referee, but with Martin Atkinson being he lead VAR official yesterday it stands to reason that Liverpool fans will feel his agenda against us continues.
Speaking on Sky Sport's Goals On Sunday today, Chris Kamara said: "I’m not happy with it, I’ll be 100 per cent honest with you.
"In my opinion this is made up, this has been made up by somebody at Stockley Park who’s decided they don’t want this tobe a goal, and that is my opinion, and that is my honest opinion.
"From the naked eye you don’t need that calibration of dots or whatever to tell you, look at Tyrone Mings’ knee, Firmino is onside, right.
"So they change it round now to make it that Firmino is the black line and Tyrone Mings is the yellow line, as you can see now onside.
"So they change it round now to make it that Firmino is the black line and Tyrone Mings is the yellow line, as you can see now."