The Tottenham manager was one of many to be asked for his thoughts on the technology in the wake of Luis Diazs wrongly disallowed goal during Liverpools visit back in September, of which Postecoglou and his team were the beneficiaries.
Spurs were comprehensively beaten at home in an eventful clash with London rivals Chelsea on Monday night, having seen a player sent off either side of the interval to end the match with nine men.
The stop-start nature of the contest due to VAR interference was a source of frustration in the stands, a feeling which was echoed by Postecoglou in his post-match thoughts.
Some of it is self-inflicted because if we are going to go out and complain about decisions every week what will happen is what happened today, a forensic study of every decision, the Spurs boss told Sky Sports after the game.
“The way the game’s going, I don’t like it” ?
Ange Postecoglou strong on the impact of VAR ? pic.twitter.com/gcb8yCKSJQ
Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 6, 2023