2. I like play it, not watching it.
I don't understand why people become crazy watching other people do something.
If you like sports, videogames or sex, do it instead of watching it. It is more fun to fuck somebody than what somebody being fucked.
1. Portugal soon to be Quinto Império
2. Yes and no sport comes close.
I don't watch much games but funny enough, I always watch that tv shows where the guys keep commenting about the games, teams, tournaments.
In a general way, yes, I like it. Italian championship is very cool.
When will men's rights progress to the extent of having free hands masturbation recognized as a legitimate sport. That's a proper mans sport.
And it's more exciting for women than the park football of the female World Cup.
Though i never watched baseball, in school we played similar games and it was a lot fun.
But watching isn't very interesting for me i guess.
American footlball is one of the worst sports i've ever seen.
ive never used "soccer" in english. it sounds corny and insular as hell. i havent wanted to use that hick shit even in japanese since years ago.
fuck anyone who uses "soccer" in english.
PL a shit, they have a ton of money and are clueless.
La Liga a shit, only Atlético is fun to watch.
BL a shit, Bayern winslol
Serie A is fun
As a german i really don't understand this.
PL has many good teams, but none of them is as good as Real, Barca or Bayern (maybe even as Juventus).
The matches are also pretty boring there, i prefer the italian league, because they know what tactic is at least.
The BL isn't as good as many say, except of Bayern of course. Also it's not very exciting.
>PL has more proportionate revenue distribution (although the disparities are still large)
>PL has a bigger advantage in a global audience because of the global lingua Franca
>Brits mythologize English footballing accomplishments to the point of worship
>Chelsea's Russian acquisition distorted the level of competition prior to other leagues
>this sets off a flurry of inflationary spending and the league dominates momentarily before
>Barcas pep years and the reactionary Real spending
>Now it's clinging on to the hope of Leicester not winning the league and representing them in the CL
Pretty much it. But the potential simultaneity of Guardiolas arrival at City and Mourinhos relocation to United would put it back on top.
no. i like sports where the athletes are tougher than the fans in the stands
I have a season ticket at my local club, so I'm out there every two weeks
But I don't watch it on TV anymore, except France and World Cup / Euros
I've stopped caring about Champions League and that rich clubs crap a long time ago
nice! je suis allé en ouest basse pendant des années! premiere fois que je croise quelqu'un qui habite pres de chez moi (quartier sablon pres du leader price) sur 4 chan j'ai la larme a l'oeil.