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The rule’s easy: cheap jordans for sale if a player from the opposing cheap MLB Jerseys team is on your side of the pitch and is nearer to your goal line than both the ball and the second last opponent (because the very last opponent is the goalie who of course remains in goal) – then he is offside!
… and whilst I’m quite sure the inclusion of such a (silly-ly) controversial – rule isn’t meant to rub anyone up the wrong way (although the “random” members of the public shown on the news today stuggling to explain it were quite embarrassing) One thing’s for sure – Mr Wolfson (the London Journalist responsible for the design) is preaching to the converted; I’m pretty sure any member of the nation that indulges in footy (willingly) understands the rule, and those that do not, probably don’t care that much anyway… Just a thought! 😉