A few rules served to regulate soccer for decades, a game that always privileged a wide look at microscopic detail. It was foul what the referee saw in a field of almost 7,000 square meters. The emotional pattern drove the opinions of the public. If the injured party was his team, he protested. If it benefited, he would applaud. It was a simple structure, without fancy pretensions. Not anymore. Soccer has changed the lack of simplicity for regulatory and bureaucratic excesses ….
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