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Yes, professional sport players should be allowed to celebrate on the field. One reason is that their fans, having watched the sport itself, are often glued to their TV screens hoping to also catch a glimpse of the after-sport victory celebration. The celebration is not just about the players, it is also about the fans. Fans obviously love public viewings of celebrations by professional sports players.
Yes, in my opinion - professional sports players should be allowed to celebrate on the field. They work very hard on those fields, trying to succeed at their goals, so I think it would be unfair to deny them that privilege to celebrate it in the moment. Furthermore, in the moment of their win, their adrenaline levels are high and there is an intense feel of excitement. If they were to celebrate it somewhere else, they may not have the same feeling of euphoria.
Professional athletes should be allowed to celebrate on the field after victory. Sure, it may make their opponents feel discouraged, but that is a part of winning and losing. Celebration is not a form of poor sportsmanship, rather, it is a for morale. There is nothing wrong with celebrating a hard-earned victory on the field.
Professional athletes should be allowed to celebrate on the field/rink where they won. It is symbolic and also lets them keep their celebrations in check because then they are "at home" and not as privy to the public's judgmental eye. Additionally, this is a tradition that dates back to the start of sports so why change it now.
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