[Today's Talk] Economist Robert Auman believes that when both parties in an argument are pursuing truth, no matter how big the difference is, the argument will end within a limited step, and the two parties will eventually reach an agreement. I understand this "consistent" is the relative consistency of the program. Therefore, in response to situations where some parties do not understand the content of the judgment and form unnecessary appeals or entanglements, the court has established a question-answering system for judges after the judgment, which is the "limited number of steps." Football referees are judges on the pitch. Is there a standard for “answering questions” after the game? In addition to players, does the party also include fans? At least the club should have this right. I suggest that the Football Association should establish a communication platform. The purpose is not to persuade others, but to show the attitude of listening. The parties are based on the purpose of the proposal. Only we have recognized the known rules and standards, and the methods of scientific analysis Only after recognition can a relative agreement be reached.