CAMERON DUODU writes: decisions, decisions, decisions — why go and play what was basically an “opening” World Cup match, with no entrance fee,in a stadium that canonly seat 12,000? Shouldn’t these World Cup officials be consulting a little bit wider about some of their decisions that affect the public welfare? Football officials have always insisted that sporting matters should be left to them. But history shows that football is too important to be let to football officials alone.
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