Disclaimer

DISCLAIMER – Please be aware that we are not trying to pass the REAL table off as fact, we are more than aware of certain flawed aspects, however, we would hope that everyone reading takes it in good nature and employs the imagination needed to enjoy a fun and unusual take on the Premier League and refereeing decisions. If you take it too seriously, or mistakenly believe that we are taking it too seriously, you’re missing out.

We would also like to draw your attention to the Decisions Table, which we consider the most important and accurate table on Debatable Decisions. The decisions are judged by five independent judges, who each support different club sides (ranging from the Premier League to League One) and all decisions are discussed in the blogs provided under Referee Analysis. Before and after is not taken into account, it is simply a table of incorrect decision for and against each team in the Premier League.

From all of us at Debatable Decisions, we hope you enjoy the site and feel free to get in contact.

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Premier League Table – The Official Barclays Premier League table.

The Real Premier League Table – How the table would look if no incorrect decisions had been made. Scroll down for rules.

The Real Premier League Table is calculated using the decisions that directly affect goals e.g. goals ruled out for offside, corners incorrectly given that lead to goals, whether or not the ball has crossed the line, penalties etc.

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  2. [...] doesn't include the Stoke game. If the table is remotely true then Pulis shoud shut the fukc up. Tables | Debatable Decisions Reply With [...]

  3. [...] consensus to what the right call should have been. Of special interest to fans will be their “real table” that shows what the table would look like if referees had made decisions correctly every [...]

  4. [...] on whether the call was correct or not. From that data they also produce a table that they call the Decisions Table which is a tally of all the decisions that have gone in favor of or against each team in the [...]

  5. [...] out’ or ‘the big teams get more decisions anyway’ wants to have a look at the following table that is run by a team of people who try to work out who has been shafted by referees this year. See [...]

  6. [...] there’s the referees. Arsenal are objectively being mistreated by the referees and it’s been going on for two years. You go back to the match where Ryan Shawcross broke [...]

  7. [...] on whether the call was correct or not. From that data they also produce a table that they call the Decisions Table which is a tally of all the decisions that have gone in favor of or against each team in the [...]

  8. [...] that Liverpool along with Arsenal have felt the impact of incorrect refereeing decisions more than any other club. That said, with those excluded they still only climb 3 places. 5th still isn’t good [...]

  9. [...] Zie eens hoe Arsenal elk jaar benadeeld worden omwille van hun gespeelde spel (positiespel (Tables | Debatable Decisions)). [...]

  10. [...] Arsenal and Liverpool are the unluckiest EPL clubs! Tables | Debatable Decisions Even Man Utd is not spared this season!! They usually get ref decisions. But I think too [...]

  11. [...] In the second half, Wenger sent out an SOS — Save Our Season — to Robin van Persie who took the burden on his shoulders to drag Arsenal back into the game. Aided as he was by Arsenal’s leading playmaker, Alex Song, Robin scored 2 goals and put Arsenal back into the lead. Robin was so spectacular in that second half that he probably should have had a hat trick either through a penalty that wasn’t called or via the one-on-one where he shot straight at Ruddy. Neither happened, and Arsenal ended their League campaign without having gotten a single penalty call at home. Not because they didn’t deserve any, but because the referees simply refused to give Arsenal the benefit of the doubt even one time this season. [...]

  12. [...] real Premier League table as at Week 36, showed that Manchester United were actually supposed to leading the log with 89 [...]

  13. [...] pitted against wrong decisions that went against us. That being said, the way these things work we still would have ended up with 70 points but would have been one behind Sp*rs instead of ahead. Football is [...]

  14. [...] pitted against wrong decisions that went against us. That being said, the way these things work we still would have ended up with 70 points but would have been one behind Sp*rs instead of ahead. Football is [...]

  15. [...] According to the independent website Debatable Decisions, Liverpool had twenty-one debatable calls by referees go against them (more than any other side, [...]

  16. [...] as we know from the site Debatable Decisions, the season absolutely does not even itself out – not even close. If the difference between Stoke and Arsenal is a whopping 30 points in [...]

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