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Meaning back to the beginning, the phrase originated in the 1930s when the first radio broadcasts of football matches were made by the BBC.
To help listeners keep track of the game, The Radio Times devised a numbered grid system which they published in the magazine, enabling commentators to indicate to listeners exactly where the ball was on the pitch.
“Square One” was the goalkeeper’s area, and whenever the ball was passed back to him, play was referred to as being ‘back to square one’.
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As a part of the exhibition, Think of what the next person is thinking, which celebrated opening of The Dongdaemun Design Plaza, 21 artists were asked to draw on a football.
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Photographs of the Portugal team by The Wade Brothers featuring Christiano Ronaldo, William Carvalho, Raul Meireles, Miguel Veloso and Pepe.
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