i'm not the best on my team by any means, but i care about the game as much as anyone. but how serious do i take football? it's absolutely my life. i know i'm not likely to go pro, but it would be awesome if i could. there are a lot of things i like. i have a lot of hobbies. there are even things i love. but football is part of me. it's like an organ or gland or something. i think about it all the time. winning eleven is the only game i play anymore, and fifaworldcup.com is the only thing i look at on the computer (other than EF
). i watch it not just for fun, but to see every single tiny motion, and analyze why the players made that motion. it's not just a game to me anymore. i can understand that someone wouldn't think the same way as me, and i'm not trying to force my feelings on anyone. people have different experiences, and my experiences are the mjor part of why football is so important. i take football as seriously as life itself, because it's always been there for me. no matter what a person does to you, what you do to yourself, or what happens to anything, football will always be more important than anything in my life. it's not a culture, a language, or way of life, it is LIFE. it's about tribes, loyalty, and courage. it's another world. one that's better than the real one. no matter how bad my team does (real madrid) i support them. i have teams i "like" from each league, but there's one that has my loyalty. i could go on (more) about this, but i'm already way off topic. my point is that football is everything to me.