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Are the rules of rugby too complicated?


The game of rugby is often criticised for having overly complicated rules.

Charlie Brooker, a British writer for The Guardian newspaper in the UK, says it is "just incoherent; way too chaotic to follow."

"Half the time the action resembles some kind of scrum. And the ball doesn't even bounce properly. Also: are they supposed to be fighting each other or not? Literally no one involved seems to know."

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