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I feel that it is a legitimate question, and the answer explains the data correctly. For someone like me, who knows very little about soccer, it is an interesting question and answer. A downvote is certainly warranted if you don't find the question interesting or compelling. However, I don't see any grounds for closure. The question merely presents data ...


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Questions that are "low effort" should not be closed as "too broad", nor as any other particular close reason, unless that reason applies. "Too broad" is not a standin for "low effort". Low effort questions should be downvoted, and commented as to what would improve them. This question qualifies for that, I think. I've cast a reopen vote and a downvote. ...


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I think the question should be re-opened. While the answer is tangentially related to the answer in the other question, the questions are very different and focus on very different things. There's no reason not to have the two questions separately. The linked question asks why, in a specific example of a review, sometimes the review appears to show that ...


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It's obviously been opened again, and I'm certainly not capable of casting close votes, but I would suggest one reason that's been left out of the discussion: Too broad includes the reason "Good answers would be too long for this format". When I read that question, it certainly sounds interesting to me, but it seems to me that it's more of a master's ...


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I'll add my two cents to this old question. The question was simply too broad as originally written. I wrote about this before in another meta answer, but basically, there are so many possible answers to this question that it will never be fully answered. I voted to close the question a couple of days after it was asked. Unfortunately, lots of answers ...


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