A polêmica tá boa no post “…buana” aí abaixo…mas vejam também este artigo.
What these researchers find, using data from soccer leagues in Spain, Italy, Germany, and the U.S., is that referees add more time to the game when it matters for the home team, particularly when the home team is trailing in a close contest. When the home team is winning a close game or the game is out of reach, the refs blow their whistles sooner. In the case of La Liga in Spain, the extra additional time is almost two minutes in a close contest! The authors interpret this as convincing evidence of referee favoritism towards fans of the home team. And I agree.
Economia, um vasto campo…