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Does television have too much influence on football as we know it, we often ask ourselves? It does in Buenos Aires, by all accounts. The second half of the San Lorenzo v Racing Club game was delayed last week when a man ran on to the pitch and made a general nuisance of himself. What was he at? Well, turns out he worked for a local cableTV station and had been "asked" by his bosses to delay the start of the second half so the channel could finish its half-time commercials. Whatever next?