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I am an American. I love America. I know that Americans aren't stupid. So, how do you explain that Americans don't appreciate soccer? I'm thinking it's a mental problem. Though I don't necessarily blame us. Maybe the problem is mass hysteria. Basically the media hypnosis plot line for U.S. involves ignorance of soccer.

Also, don't reply to tell me what word soccer is called in your country. I am an American. We speak American. If American isn't English that's because America is not an English colony. Plus, it's just a word, who cares? I never got mad at a southerner referring to soda as pop. In fact, I find it charming.
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Stop obsessing over the wicked PTB and enjoy your time on earth for a change.

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But soda is pop?

Anyway, what about Rugby football?

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But soda is pop?

Anyway, what about Rugby football?

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Don't know, will have to check it out.
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I'll tell you how you know soccer is a shitty game...

You watch an entire game without keeping track of the score... then at the end, try and determine who the best team is purely by the play you saw on the field.

In a soccer, game both teams look equally shitty or good no matter how mismatched. One team just freaks a ball into the net one time more than the other.

Shitty basketball is about the same.
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I hate watching any sports I'd rather be outside living. Soccer still sucks in my opnion and many others agree.
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I'll tell you how you know soccer is a shitty game...

You watch an entire game without keeping track of the score... then at the end, try and determine who the best team is purely by the play you saw on the field.

In a soccer, game both teams look equally shitty or good no matter how mismatched. One team just freaks a ball into the net one time more than the other.

Shitty basketball is about the same.
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Maybe, but when I try to watch hockey I can't find the puck. Why did Fox stop using that graphic enhancement on the puck? It was awesome. At least they should put the games on two channels, one with the puck overlay and one without.


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I hate watching any sports I'd rather be outside living. Soccer still sucks in my opnion and many others agree.
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I guess that's all that matters.

That and the Easter Bunny running the Fed.

Those two issues.
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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
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TPTB have been trying to push soccer down our throats for years now. Forcing it on our kids in school, creating that obnoxious class of women called "soccer moms". We don't like soccer. Let the rest of the world play.
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There's no real sport that translates to video games better than American football.

Racing sports convert well too, but nothing beats American football as a video game.
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TPTB have been trying to push soccer down our throats for years now. Forcing it on our kids in school, creating that obnoxious class of women called "soccer moms". We don't like soccer. Let the rest of the world play.
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TPTB have been trying to push soccer down our throats for years now. Forcing it on our kids in school, creating that obnoxious class of women called "soccer moms". We don't like soccer. Let the rest of the world play.
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That's the only problem I have with it. I hate being aligned with TPTB.

Purely as a sport though, I think soccer is awesome.

American Football is better, but no reason to dislike soccer, IMO.
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Soccer or football, to me, is a poor man sport and that is why its so popular world wide. I mean you kick a ball around. Any country can get a coconut and kick it around with their friends. Now a sport like american football or handball will never be popular in a poor country for a few reasons. 1) All that equipment is not cheap. You can choose to play without a helmet and pads, but if the players get big and strong enough they will kill each other like they did in the 30s here. 2) The rules are complicated if you have never watched a game. Compared to soccer its night and day. 3) To improve as a player you need to hit the gym or weight room and honestly most poor countries are lucky to have a rope and ball to work our with. The same goes for other rich country sports like rugby, badminton, and other such sports. Soccer will always be the worlds most popular sport because most countries are poor as hell.
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When I was a kid in the 80's, only the foreigners played that shitty game, mostly greaseball Italians at that time, before the influx of even swarthier third worlders into this country.

We used to have a joke, walk by a soccer field and yell "Hey Geno!" every kid on the field will look up.
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Soccer or football, to me, is a poor man sport and that is why its so popular world wide. I mean you kick a ball around. Any country can get a coconut and kick it around with their friends. Now a sport like american football or handball will never be popular in a poor country for a few reasons. 1) All that equipment is not cheap. You can choose to play without a helmet and pads, but if the players get big and strong enough they will kill each other like they did in the 30s here. 2) The rules are complicated if you have never watched a game. Compared to soccer its night and day. 3) To improve as a player you need to hit the gym or weight room and honestly most poor countries are lucky to have a rope and ball to work our with. The same goes for other rich country sports like rugby, badminton, and other such sports. Soccer will always be the worlds most popular sport because most countries are poor as hell.
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For sure. 22 kids can play with a $1 soccer ball. And like you say, if they don't have the $1, they can cut off some kid's head and kick that around.
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I am an American. I love America. I know that Americans aren't stupid. So, how do you explain that Americans don't appreciate soccer? I'm thinking it's a mental problem. Though I don't necessarily blame us. Maybe the problem is mass hysteria. Basically the media hypnosis plot line for U.S. involves ignorance of soccer.

Also, don't reply to tell me what word soccer is called in your country. I am an American. We speak American. If American isn't English that's because America is not an English colony. Plus, it's just a word, who cares? I never got mad at a southerner referring to soda as pop. In fact, I find it charming.
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It's just plain stupid. We understand it, we just don't like it. Our American sports are far and above way better than stupid soccer.

Soccer is what you put little kids into to help develop hand/eye coordination to prepare them to play better sports.
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I am an American. I love America. I know that Americans aren't stupid. So, how do you explain that Americans don't appreciate soccer? I'm thinking it's a mental problem. Though I don't necessarily blame us. Maybe the problem is mass hysteria. Basically the media hypnosis plot line for U.S. involves ignorance of soccer.

Also, don't reply to tell me what word soccer is called in your country. I am an American. We speak American. If American isn't English that's because America is not an English colony. Plus, it's just a word, who cares? I never got mad at a southerner referring to soda as pop. In fact, I find it charming.
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It's just plain stupid. We understand it, we just don't like it. Our American sports are far and above way better than stupid soccer.

Soccer is what you put little kids into to help develop hand/eye coordination to prepare them to play better sports.
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Your comment is so ignorant. Have you ever played ANY sports?
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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
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I appreciate Hockey and Football. Played both in high school. Walked onto football in college. UGA baby. But only played for like two weeks in spring practice when I realized I liked my brain cells

I will say this. Hockey is alot more brutal cardio wise. A hockey shift is the most brutal 1-2 minutes you will experience in your life

I love my Pittsburgh Penguins too. Got Phil Kessel this season
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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
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I appreciate Hockey and Football. Played both in high school. Walked onto football in college. UGA baby. But only played for like two weeks in spring practice when I realized I liked my brain cells

I will say this. Hockey is alot more brutal cardio wise. A hockey shift is the most brutal 1-2 minutes you will experience in your life

I love my Pittsburgh Penguins too. Got Phil Kessel this season
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It's not that tough when you're in shape. Phil Esposito used to take 10 minute shifts and smokes 2 packs a day.

Try one round of boxing then you'll know what real exhaustion is.
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I am an American. I love America. I know that Americans aren't stupid. So, how do you explain that Americans don't appreciate soccer? I'm thinking it's a mental problem. Though I don't necessarily blame us. Maybe the problem is mass hysteria. Basically the media hypnosis plot line for U.S. involves ignorance of soccer.

Also, don't reply to tell me what word soccer is called in your country. I am an American. We speak American. If American isn't English that's because America is not an English colony. Plus, it's just a word, who cares? I never got mad at a southerner referring to soda as pop. In fact, I find it charming.
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It's just plain stupid. We understand it, we just don't like it. Our American sports are far and above way better than stupid soccer.

Soccer is what you put little kids into to help develop hand/eye coordination to prepare them to play better sports.
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Um...no "hands" in soccer. Unless you're the goalie. But "little" kids don't have goalies.
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I am an American. I love America. I know that Americans aren't stupid. So, how do you explain that Americans don't appreciate soccer? I'm thinking it's a mental problem. Though I don't necessarily blame us. Maybe the problem is mass hysteria. Basically the media hypnosis plot line for U.S. involves ignorance of soccer.

Also, don't reply to tell me what word soccer is called in your country. I am an American. We speak American. If American isn't English that's because America is not an English colony. Plus, it's just a word, who cares? I never got mad at a southerner referring to soda as pop. In fact, I find it charming.
 Quoting: Pride of Pompeii


It's just plain stupid. We understand it, we just don't like it. Our American sports are far and above way better than stupid soccer.

Soccer is what you put little kids into to help develop hand/eye coordination to prepare them to play better sports.
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Your comment is so ignorant. Have you ever played ANY sports?
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Practically everything and soccer is stupid and boring and not cerebral. Sorry if you find my disagreeing with you ignorant but it is what it is.
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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41690613


I appreciate Hockey and Football. Played both in high school. Walked onto football in college. UGA baby. But only played for like two weeks in spring practice when I realized I liked my brain cells

I will say this. Hockey is alot more brutal cardio wise. A hockey shift is the most brutal 1-2 minutes you will experience in your life

I love my Pittsburgh Penguins too. Got Phil Kessel this season
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Sometimes I wish that I took sports more seriously in high school. I had a lot of potential but always felt like I was as good as you can get without being good enough. In reality I was just holding myself back so much. I started a band which had a great start but then shit just went downhill after that. Sucks. Oh well.
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I am an American. I love America. I know that Americans aren't stupid. So, how do you explain that Americans don't appreciate soccer? I'm thinking it's a mental problem. Though I don't necessarily blame us. Maybe the problem is mass hysteria. Basically the media hypnosis plot line for U.S. involves ignorance of soccer.

Also, don't reply to tell me what word soccer is called in your country. I am an American. We speak American. If American isn't English that's because America is not an English colony. Plus, it's just a word, who cares? I never got mad at a southerner referring to soda as pop. In fact, I find it charming.
 Quoting: Pride of Pompeii


It's just plain stupid. We understand it, we just don't like it. Our American sports are far and above way better than stupid soccer.

Soccer is what you put little kids into to help develop hand/eye coordination to prepare them to play better sports.
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Um...no "hands" in soccer. Unless you're the goalie. But "little" kids don't have goalies.
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I understand what you are saying but it is the only sport you can put them in when they are 4 and 5. And, they do use their hands cause they are little kids.
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Most American sports are fake : Basketball, Football,Baseball, etc.
Drugs are allowed and not anti-doping test whatsoever .

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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41690613


I appreciate Hockey and Football. Played both in high school. Walked onto football in college. UGA baby. But only played for like two weeks in spring practice when I realized I liked my brain cells

I will say this. Hockey is alot more brutal cardio wise. A hockey shift is the most brutal 1-2 minutes you will experience in your life

I love my Pittsburgh Penguins too. Got Phil Kessel this season
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It's not that tough when you're in shape. Phil Esposito used to take 10 minute shifts and smokes 2 packs a day.

Try one round of boxing then you'll know what real exhaustion is.
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Boxing is pure conditioning. Have a boxer that runs the track I go to. Running 5 milers at 7:00 pace. He's in killer shape. Yes I appreciate boxing. You need excellent cardio, great hand eye coordination and some of the quickest feet
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But soda is pop?

Anyway, what about Rugby football?

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Don't know, will have to check it out.
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ice hockey shares a format, but is on ICE with boxing mixed in.
Let's just watch ice hockey.
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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41690613


I appreciate Hockey and Football. Played both in high school. Walked onto football in college. UGA baby. But only played for like two weeks in spring practice when I realized I liked my brain cells

I will say this. Hockey is alot more brutal cardio wise. A hockey shift is the most brutal 1-2 minutes you will experience in your life

I love my Pittsburgh Penguins too. Got Phil Kessel this season
 Quoting: El Penguino


Sometimes I wish that I took sports more seriously in high school. I had a lot of potential but always felt like I was as good as you can get without being good enough. In reality I was just holding myself back so much. I started a band which had a great start but then shit just went downhill after that. Sucks. Oh well.
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That's what it is. Mental block. I think there is alot hidden potential in people who are not willing to learn a sport. Growing up in GA football was life. However after watching Mario Lemiuex and Jagr on tv one time. I fell in love with hockey at that moment

Hope ya get the band back together. Follw your passion AC
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You and the other 12 US soccer fans can enjoy it.
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IDK to be honest I can enjoy most sports. Mostly because I've personally tried my hand at them. Soccer requires skill and it's rewarding when you start to get better control of the ball and can kick harder, it's fun. Football too is fun, making cool plays, it's fun. Basketball, training, grabbing the rim. I'm not very tall so I never stuck with basketball. I'm not a fan of any sport really, but I can see the appeal in any sport. People who say a sport sucks suck at athletics themselves. Especially the fat guys who love football. Don't get me started on them. Loud mouths if you put them on the field would be getting heart stroke and vomiting like nobodies business yet aren't shy to speak out of turn about how soccer is for pussies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41690613


I appreciate Hockey and Football. Played both in high school. Walked onto football in college. UGA baby. But only played for like two weeks in spring practice when I realized I liked my brain cells

I will say this. Hockey is alot more brutal cardio wise. A hockey shift is the most brutal 1-2 minutes you will experience in your life

I love my Pittsburgh Penguins too. Got Phil Kessel this season
 Quoting: El Penguino


Sometimes I wish that I took sports more seriously in high school. I had a lot of potential but always felt like I was as good as you can get without being good enough. In reality I was just holding myself back so much. I started a band which had a great start but then shit just went downhill after that. Sucks. Oh well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41690613


That's what it is. Mental block. I think there is alot hidden potential in people who are not willing to learn a sport. Growing up in GA football was life. However after watching Mario Lemiuex and Jagr on tv one time. I fell in love with hockey at that moment

Hope ya get the band back together. Follw your passion AC
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Thanks.