Was it that game or a WC match against the poms....?? Or was that the same game??you should have seen his handball goal 5 minutes earlier in that game. lol
I am aware as to how the game is played. It is like basketball but instead you use your feet and try to keep the ball in the opponent's side of the field and wait for a decent shot on goal. It's a boring spectator sport and that is the reason as to why it has never caught on in America and the reason tickets are so cheap. The influx of third world immigrants is the only reason as to why anyone shows up to their games at all.I played until last year (knee injury). As to it being simplistic. Maybe if you play it at a lower level. But once you get up there simple goes right out of the window. You make snap decisions watch your zone, anticipate threats, and don't have a playbook to fall back on.I would rather watch grass grow than watch soccer. That is the game played by youngsters because it is so simplistic. It's a stepping stone for the transition into more complexing sports. I played soccer as a young boy and was quite good at it but as I got older, it became boring and I migrated to sports that were much more challenging, enjoyable to play and spectator friendly. There is a reason as to why soccer is the preferred distraction in third world countries. I have never heard of this guy nor do I have even the slightest interest in learning about his "career".....
Jim's a Scott, maybe he's pro-Scottish independence.
He is a big Celtic supporter so I think that is nailed on.Jim's a Scott, maybe he's pro-Scottish independence.
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