Why I no longer have anything to do with football

by NobblySan

And these overpaid twats wish to be considered as serious athletes. . .

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45627005

 

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8 Comments to “Why I no longer have anything to do with football”

  1. Wish I could’ve seen that but, apparently, only still shots are made available to the U.S.

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  2. over-acting like that – in a blatant attempt to secure a free-kick and get an opposing player penalised by the ref – should be regarded as unsporting play and the perpetrator given yellow or red card by the ref

    if refs took tougher action against the con-artists maybe we would see less of the amateur dramatics on the pitch

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  3. “if refs took tougher action against the con-artists maybe we would see less of the amateur dramatics on the pitch.”

    America’s current administration, in a nutshell.

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  4. Meanwhile, unnoticed by the cameras, the opposing player collapsed clutching his mangled hand. The referee took a step towards the action, then stopped suddenly, grimacing in pain, and he signalled for a medic to bring him some crutches. And the medic suffered a pulled hamstring as he bent to pick up the crutch, and within seconds, the whole field was alive with writhing injured players, and there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth and appeals to the linesmen, and beseeching of the media crews. And in the stands, the Mexican Wave broke down as injured spectators tumbled unconscious to the floor. And the state of the play fell upon the coaches’ eyes, and the coaches saw that it was good, for it was a draw with one minute of play left, and who wanted to risk it…

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