About the solution
Jose lost his vision and hearing when he was nine years old. In 2015, e met Cesar, a man, who, like him, loves football.
Cesar learned sign language and then he came up with a set of hand gestures in order to communicate a football match, in real-time, to his friend, for when they watch games together.
The man mimics the players' position by moving Jose’s hands on a scaled-down football pitch in front of them.
"We've reached a common understanding. This means out of bounds. This refers to a corner kick. This means sideline judge. This sign means a penalty kick. If the ball is thrown-in, this is the signal. This gesture means someone got a red card or yellow card," Cesar explained.
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