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World Cup: American Football
Is a Sign of Nation´s Decline

Breitbart Sports, by Mike Flynn

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Posted By:Dreadnought, 6/14/2014 3:54:54 PM

Every four years, large swaths of the world pause to enjoy the World Cup, a tournament of the 32 best national teams in soccer. Like clockwork, American sports writers and fans mark the occasion with loud commentary about how "stupid" they find the sport. Barrels of ink are spilled and vocal cords strained assuring everyone that our "football" is better than soccer and, more American. Project much? Setting aside whatever Freudian motivations necessitate such screeds, perhaps the question merits consideration. Is our "football" more American? I wish it weren´t true, but, sadly, I´m afraid these writers and fans are probably

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: SpeedMaster, 6/14/2014 4:09:58 PM     (No. 9886084)

What other sport gives the opportunity to spend an afternoon watching a truly exciting game with a final score of 1 - 0?

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Reply 2 - Posted by: belwhatter, 6/14/2014 4:10:14 PM     (No. 9886085)

If you are a home bound sports enthusiast, soccer is a whole lot more fun to watch from your own comfortable ring side seat than is football. The pace of soccer is amazing and the overhead cameras show clearly the patterns of movement achieved by practice and deft feet. Football is so much slower paced and overburdened with time outs, flags, arguments and injuries.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: No Representation in CA, 6/14/2014 4:27:55 PM     (No. 9886096)

Soccer sux. And it is unAmerican. It´s the game of 3rd worlders and Eurotrash.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: hot coffee, 6/14/2014 4:31:23 PM     (No. 9886100)

If people like to watch communist kickball, I have no problem with that.

But to also say that football is a sign of our nation´s decline is really silly.

BTW, according to Forbes, the list of the 50 most valuable sports franchises in the world includes 30 NFL teams. Yep, a nation´s decline indeed.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: tomanderson61, 6/14/2014 4:35:34 PM     (No. 9886105)

Hey, I´ll make it fair, if unpopular...I think all professional sports stink. How´s that?

A while back, people didn´t have many entertainment venues. Life revolved around the church, maybe high school football and activities around both, especially in small towns. Professional sports teams sprung up, and athletes were usually paid not very well, but truly loved the game. Fans really adopted the teams from their towns, most ofter the people playing were FROM those towns. Stadiums were basic, maybe a little shabby, but that didn´t matter. It was something to do.

As the decades passed, it became all about the dollars and the players. There was no loyalty to teams, towns, or otherwise...yet stupid people still think they are "their teams", down to committing assault and battery and even murder over them. Hundreds of dollars to see a game or two. All hype, to watch people who quite often have zero character and are the worst role models. The whole industry is rotten.

You want school sports, and professional sports? Fine, you pay for it, and leave the taxpayer out of it.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: Jalo1951, 6/14/2014 5:11:51 PM     (No. 9886136)

Soccer? I´d rather watch grass grow. Say what you want about American football. Soccer is a snoozer.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: D-Wall, 6/14/2014 5:21:38 PM     (No. 9886145)

I am a fan of all sports except baseball ( a truly boring sport- Pitchers duals are awful). I am a huge fan of the NFL, but soccer has become my #1 sport. Goals matter in soccer, and the game doesn´t wind down to a team taking a knee with 20 left. That is some weak sauce. I have sit through NFL games that have been 15-9 field goal games. Those are boring, too. End of the year games when teams are out of the playoffs are horrible. So the tired excuse that soccer is boring is lame. We are witnessing the highest scoring World Cup in 50 years. Give it a shot and watch our boys, the US men´s team play on Monday, preferably at a soccer bar. It will pull you in.

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Reply 8 - Posted by: Trust No One, 6/14/2014 5:34:45 PM     (No. 9886169)

I´m watching the special on the USA team. We have some cuties on our team. Lol

I don´t really like soccer because I don´t understand the rules, but I´ll be watching on Monday cheering our guys on to a WIN!

They like the game and feel that they are playing for us and want to win for the USA so give them a break and watch and cheer!

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Reply 9 - Posted by: mitzi, 6/14/2014 5:48:16 PM     (No. 9886189)

Who do you think has more gay players? Football or Soccer? I don´t watch either (or any other sport).

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Reply 10 - Posted by: Kingbubo, 6/14/2014 7:28:45 PM     (No. 9886300)

Enjoy your sport. You don´t have to trash another sport to uplift your favorite. That is my problem with too many hockey fans. If you like soccer, like it and enjoy the world cup.

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Reply 11 - Posted by: tank, 6/15/2014 9:45:49 AM     (No. 9886725)

´´Football combines the worst of American traditions: violence punctuated by committee meetings.´´
- George Will

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Reply 12 - Posted by: jorge_arbusto, 6/18/2014 11:38:21 AM     (No. 9890713)

Every four years, I post this same comment, hoping that my fellow conservatives will grow up. Every four years, I´m disappointed. I´m not an illegal. I´m a white male from the South. I´m not a communist. I´m a conservative, evangelical, Tea-Party sympathizer. I´m not stupid. I´m an academic at a major research university (we are blind fools, but we aren´t stupid).

Why do I love football (the sport where you use your feet)? Why do I find a game of 1-0 so exciting? It´s the difference between quick masturbation and a restrained orgasm. It´s a cold beer after working two hours in the sun. It means more. I love watching Kevin Durant score 40 points. I love(d) watching Tebow run for a touchdown. But watching Brooks score a winning goal in the 87th minute? The pent-up emotion is explosive.

Yes, it’s corrupt. So is Washington. But there´s Obama, and then there’s Rubio and Cruz. There´s Brasil. Then there´s us. That’s the American-ness of it. Since 1990, we have been slowly rising from ridicule to respect through determination and hard work, despite corruption, despite a world that looks down on us, despite a nation that despises its own, throwing feces when it should be throwing flowers.

You realize this is the only true world event, right? The Olympics is about money. The "World" Series draws world players but it´s still North American (and about money). The European football leagues, also money. But the World Cup invites the best of a nation to duel the best of a nation--a process that must be developed, not bought (completely). Why would you despise the chance to show up the world in the only venue the world truly cares about?

And “pansy kickball”? Clint Dempsey played with a bleeding, busted nose on Thursday night. He once played two games with a broken jaw.


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