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German directors are addicted to replay's

It's just to much every tackle every shot is shown 3-4 times. And a couple of times we almost missed the next action. It's frustrating when you hear the crowd yelling and you are watching a replay.
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I wish American directors were addicted to showing slow-motion close-ups of the players' crotches.
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I wish American directors were addicted to showing slow-motion close-ups of the players' crotches.

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I wish American directors were addicted to showing slow-motion close-ups of the players' crotches.
well that's your view.
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Well the BBC showed Argentina's goal (the Cambiasso one) about 17 million times the other day. That's addiction.
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