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And finally… who’s to blame?

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

 And Finally… heads east this week, to the J-League. Kashiwa Reysol goalkeeper, Kazushige Kirihata, is the victim of a nasty bounce following an suspect backpass from one of his defenders. We’re split here as to whose to blame – terrible backpass or did Kirihata misjudge it? Make up your own mind.

 And finally… was originally sent via Fan Mail – the FSF’s weekly e-bulletin. Join the FSF for free today from this link and receive all email updates.

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