Two-Dimensional Football

In order to protect the 85 year old professional footballers suffering from multiple co-morbidities, we now have two-dimensional football fans in the stadium. Anyone watching the game is watching on a two-dimensional screen in a remote location.

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5 Responses to Two-Dimensional Football

  1. john b says:

    And they pipe in fan “noise” (not sure if it is canned from
    an electronic simulation or saved from prior years).

    It has gotten so obvious that there are notices on your TV screen on how to watch the
    game without the fake noise.

  2. dearieme says:

    The BBC even provides synthesised crowd noise.

    “Oooh”, they shout at a near miss. “Aaaah” at a goal.

    Strangely, they don’t sing very rude songs directed at the referee.

  3. Richard says:

    Back in the 60’s, while teaching physics at a small engineering school in the mid-west the subject of students recording lectures was met by suggesting the instructor (me) placing a cassette tape playing the lecture while students used a cassette tape set on record at each student seat. I am not certain if this or cardboard fans in the football stadium is more ridiculus, but I guess social distancing would be accomplished. Probably neither learning or changes in the covid19 stats would take place

  4. Petit_Barde says:

    When I was young, I used to play Subbuteo, adding some fake fan’s noise when I scored a goal.

  5. tom0mason says:

    Two Dimensional football brought to you because of one dimensional thinkers.

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