klc123 wrote:He is insanely biased.
In my personal opinion, I believe the German fans to be the best fans in the world. When I see how the crowd gets behind teams like Munich or Schalke in the Champions League, its astonishing. When Schalke beat Inter, and the fans pulled Raul into the crowd to celebrate, it was an amazing moment.
I'd also like to add that I think English fans are some of the worst in the world, who have no education in how football should/shouldn't be played, what the rules say you can/cannot do and also have no sense of respect for officials and the other teams. I'm not saying every other fan in the world does those things perfectly, but from my experience English fans are the worst, when I go abroad I like to pretend i'm full Greek and not English...
You do realise the irony in your post brilliance, Spain clearly have learnt something from past Brazils because they utilize a system known as negative passing (passing the ball backwards many times in build up) to pull defenders out of place, and relying on patience to create chances, which the Spanish are the best in the world at currently. Rather unlike England who just hoof the ball up to the worlds most expensive pikey hoping he can muster another fluky scizzor kick.
In short, i'll kill myself before getting behind a team that plays 100% direct football with no purpose or strategy.
Mr Allardyce? Is that you? haha
True dat on the German fans. Great passion, support, football, national team, youth, flags going. I love it.
I love floundering footy. But thats just me. Where are you from? It can have an influence on what type of football you enjoy.
I love some lovely one touch stuff aswell as a desperate hoof once in a while. I love defenders crunching forwards and wingers blistering down the line. I love strength and speed in football. I love muddy, dirty League 1 pitches. I love old school jerseys, and tucked in shirts. I adore the English game, but thats totally me and I do believe they have the best fans in the world. I love beer, and junk food, and hard work.
Barca for example play lovely stuff but its too slow for my liking. I need a fix and they cant give it to me all the time.
In saying this I enjoy my rugby league and aussie rules football, so maybe a little of this influece rubs off on what football I love.
Wake up, brekky, pub, game, pub, home, tea, replay of game...the next day you get to play.
When at the pub they analyse games and players to buggery. They know a heap about the English game mate, and my rellos love some good Serie A and Copa Libetadores* every once in a while.