SYDNEY, May 27 (Reuters) - Bolivia's soccer team was given a reprieve from what it calls soccer apartheid when the sport's world governing body on Tuesday suspended its ban on
internationals played at high altitude.
FIFA had effectively prohibited Bolivian capital La Paz and
Ecuadorean capital Quito from staging World Cup qualifiers
because of the altitude, when they imposed a limit of 2,750
metres above sea level in December.
The only exceptions to the high altitude ban were if
visiting players ...