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Except for the whole "having to run uphill to do throw-ins on the southeast side" and the speaker under the bleachers that is set at 140 decibels, I'd agree.
Is there any way to watch the match?
Is a soccer game correctly called a match? (like tennis) Just trying to learn via Woopig, as this is where I get all my knowledge.
Yes, and the field is called the pitch (in the UK at least). For our multilingual learners in spanish a match is "partido", the pitch is "campo de juego" and a referee is "hijo de puta", "bastardo", and "pedazo de mierda comprado", surprisingly all of these terms are almost synonymous with referee and there are even more terms.
"Media punta" is a false nine, a players position on the field. Not to be confused with puta or puto.
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