How to read a football game’s headlines

By Simon Hradecky and Sam DagherPublished December 13, 2018 07:00AMUpdated December 13:24PMA football match in a football stadium, at a time of season when the fans of the home team are less vocal and more distracted, can feel as if a giant has invaded your life.

A game in a stadium at the end of the season when there is more fanfare and more fans around the game can also feel like a huge intrusion.

There is a reason why football fans are so obsessed with these things, especially when it comes to the big-time events that occur at these stadiums.

When the league is about to kick off, the teams are celebrating with their usual raucous fanfare.

Fans are spilling onto the pitch in huge numbers, clapping loudly for their teams to score.

There are the occasional chants of “Tottenham, Spurs!”, but usually they are just a few words, and there is usually no shouting of any kind.

As fans are heading home for the holidays, the crowds have decreased and many of the fans have decided to head home.

But not all of them have gone.

Instead, some of the people heading home are returning to their teams’ training ground, their local bar or restaurant for a drink and a chat.

At times, the atmosphere at the ground becomes so noisy that the people that have gone home will start to wonder if they will ever see their team again.

It is hard to imagine how anyone can ignore the huge noise levels that can be heard in the stands and the stadium itself when they are watching a football match, but these are the circumstances that have been faced in Brazil for the last two weeks.

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) is responsible for organising these games and this week the home side has been facing a problem that has been going on for years: the noise levels in stadiums.

Brazil is home to some of world football’s most important sporting events, and the football fans of Sao Paulo have been playing football since at least the 1970s.

The stadium noise has increased massively during this time, and this is no surprise when you look at the stats.

The most recent figures show that in 2016 there were over 11,000 complaints made against the stadium for noise levels.

According to the CBF, noise levels have increased by around 25% since the 1990s.

Some of this has been caused by construction projects, such as stadiums being built in new areas, but most of the noise is due to the crowd noise that can often be heard on the pitch, the way the ground is built and the fans themselves.

For the most part, the problem has been confined to the stadiums and the way they are built, but the noise can also be heard off the pitch.

The sound levels are so loud that fans have even started to wonder whether they will be able to enjoy their football in the stadium.

This has happened even though there are plenty of places to go to relax, such the bars and restaurants in the stadiums.

The problem is not confined to these places though, and it is not just the noise that is causing the problem.

The way that fans get to the stadium also has to be changed.

Some fans prefer to go straight to the stands, where they are more easily able to listen to the game and get a better view of the action.

The majority of the players are also in the right place at the right time, making the noise even worse.

For some, this is the only solution.

At the start of the 2017-18 season, there were about 1,300 complaints made in a week, and only eight of these were solved.

In 2016-17, there was nearly 7,000 in a day.

These were the numbers that were reported to the authorities.

But these numbers are very low, and more often than not, the people making the complaints are not the ones who actually do it.

The problems are the ones that are caused by the people who are there, whether they are at home, in the crowd or in a bar or cafe.

When it comes down to it, a football fan can spend their entire life waiting for their team to score a goal, but when the noise level gets so bad, they simply can’t wait for that to happen.

And this has got to change.

The problems can be solved by taking the noise off the ground, not just to improve the quality of the game, but to help the atmosphere and bring more people to the ground.

This is where the idea of a noise floor comes in.

The noise floor is a mechanism that has already been in place in stadiums in Germany and England.

The idea is that every home game can be played with a maximum of 80,000 fans and a maximum number of noise-control measures, such a noise barrier and a wall, should be in place.

The idea is to make sure that if there are large crowds that are loud, the noise will be reduced, but at the same time, this can also help reduce