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revised Why have the vertically passed air gates been abolished?
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comment Why have the vertically passed air gates been abolished?
I hope Red Bull Air Race is on-topic. But since Formula 1 is, I don't see a reason why it shouldn't. If yes, someone with sufficient reputation might be kind enough to add the red-bull-air-race tag.
Jul
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asked Why have the vertically passed air gates been abolished?
Jul
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comment Yellow and Red Card pattern in football
You are confusing some things, I think. A second yellow card in the same match is directly followed by a red card (and immediate removal of the player from the field). A second yellow card across matches (but the only one in this single match) means he'll miss the next match (but won't get a red/send-off in this match yet).
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awarded  Talkative
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comment How many times two teams from the same continent have played the World Cup Final game?
"Cute fact: When it's different continent match, somehow it's either Argentina or Brazil" - Well, as cute as the fact is, it isn't so unlikely, seeing that those are the best South American teams and to be honest, North America, Africa and Asia are pretty much out of discussion. Though, I would have guessed Uruguay to show up, at least in the earlier cups, but then it was probably a South America only match.
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revised Any players who playing at 2014 World Cup without a club?
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comment FIFA World Cup 2014 overtime
@Almo Though, if you read the linked Wikipedia article, it says that contrary to its intention the Golden Goal rule is believed to have lead the teams to playing more defensively than more offsensively during extra time, which in turn lead to a higher tendency for draws.
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suggested suggested edit on Any players who playing at 2014 World Cup without a club?
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comment What is “indrinking”
"It can freely be translated into "indrinking"" - So that wasn't the word you actually heard? Did you try to look up the original word, be it via google or at least a dictionary?
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awarded  Informed
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comment How are the uniform colours determined in the World Cup?
@AnthonyLeGovic Ah, "host" was the word I was looking for. If you know this with more confidence/evidence than me, don't forget to put this up as an answer, as that is what the question is actually looking for (apart from a wall of FIFA rules hiding a possible answer under a pile of pedantry).
Jun
23
comment How are the uniform colours determined in the World Cup?
@KateGregory I always thought the "first" team (i.e. on the left of the official constellation) has preference if there are color conflicts. I.e in the game USA : Portugal, the US have free choice and Portugal would have to switch to secondary colors if necessary (though in this example there actually weren't any conflicts and both could play their primary colors).
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