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Oval test: teams kick off in bizarrely shaped 'centre circle' in Brazilian third division

A third division match in Brazil has caught attention after it featured an oval-shaped centre circle. Reporting on the Parana State League between Cambe and Paranavai. The Brazilian website Globoesporte.com wrote that the referee noted on his match report the ‘defective field markings, non-standard centre circle’. The circle is marked as 9.15 metres from the centre mark. However, the right side failed to meet the required standards

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    Who cares about the lines when the Brazilians are playing football?…

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    The match officials should have abandoned the match and awarded 3 points to the Away team. For an insufficiently prepared pitch against regulations. If the home team couldn’t correct the deficiencies before the scheduled match kickoff starts.

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    Which came first the circle or the egg?

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