In case people are unfamiliar with the rather British use of English, this title comes from the sporting expression 'play the ball, not the man' - in football, for instance, if a player kicks the ball in such a way as to cause an opponent to fall over, then that is considered acceptable in the rules, but if he kicks the opponent first, on his way to the ball, then this is a 'foul'.
Yes, I recorded this a while ago, but it was a bit similar to another video I had just uploaded, so I thought I'd wait a bit before uploading this one.
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