What to say to fans who are now idolizing certain players in victory but in defeat they forget...
What to say to fans who are now idolizing certain players in victory but in defeat they forget all the praise and ask for the same players leave the club?
Some fans of the team Corinthians (Brazil) are doing it with Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos, both world champions in 2002. Because of an early call for a competition now that players leave the club.
I would say to such people to read Ernest Hemingway's story "The Undefeated" about an old bullfighter who gets defeated by the bull but remains undefeated in spirit.
To be honest, I am not a big soccer fan, but I do watch the World Cup every four years.
As a Canadian, Ice hockey is number one on my list of favourite sports. Baseball and golf are next.
As a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs, we do basically the same thing. When the team is winning, we praise them, when they`re losing, we shoot them down and asked for changes.
All I can tell you is this, Pro sports has become a busness. Players will come and go. Just try not like them too much and stick with your favourite team no matter what
I hope this answers your question.
by mosaicman 7 years ago
Should a team that does not belong to a BCS Conference be allowed to play for the BCS Championship? What if there are three teams undefeated, should they be the odd man out?I say yes. These teams should try to recruit other teams to their conference to try and get a BCS designation or ....change...
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
The team jumped to #9 by beating USC two weeks ago and had a bye this week, so I think they'll be ready to play Washington this Thursday. Here's hoping the Cardinal can keep winning. I figured after Luck left Stanford would lose 4 games this year....maybe not.
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
Do you guys think either of these teams will run the table? Or maybe both.
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