When you said Patriots I almost threw up.
@Yads_Is_Back Me too, she must mean the cheats , They have deflated footballs, hid mics in opposing locker room and listened to other team. How do they get by with i? Houston got punished for cheating in baseball.
@888theGreat NOT what I was talking about. I disagree. I loved them until they gave Brady away. Now I hate them lol
@Yads_Is_Back basically gave Gronk away too.
@Yads_Is_Back They cheat like dogs
@888theGreat What kind of conspiracy theory bullshit is that.. Like do you know how much gull you must have in order to believe such things.. Now i get it we took over the decade we got the goat of course people will hate but first and foremost cooperate with me which team are you with
It's easy to win when you cheat and break the rules, and then lie about knowingly doing it.
How long have you followed Liverpool?
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You mean "soccer" which is what the English first called it when they created it.Why?The sport is "Association Football". Notice the SOC in "Association".And notice that FIFA is the acronym based on the French wording of the federation:Fédération Internationale de Football Associationwhich translated to English is:The International Federation of Association Football.So, I will correct it for you like this:Association Football: Manchester United
It's Football. Only 1% of FOOTBALL fans call it soccer.
I don't give a shit about everyone else.99% used to think the world was flat too.That doesn't mean it's right.But that's besides the point.In the US of A, it's "soccer" (as it should be) as reflected in these names and websites:United States Soccer Federation aka "U. S. Soccer"https://www.ussoccer.com/and Major League Soccerhttps://www.mlssoccer.com/That said, I will let you say "Association Football" just like football in the USA and Canada are examples of "Gridiron Football". "Association Football" IS the official name of the sport. The only reason why it's called "football"/"futbol" elsewhere is because many of those nations don't play any other type of football ("gridiron" or "rugby"...), so they just drop "Association". Their shortening of the name of association football to "football" is no more or less righteous than the Americans adopting the original British shortening of association football to "soccer".By the way, you might be interested in these:www.huffpost.com/.../soccer-not-football-_n_5492714https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_(word)en.wikipedia.org/.../Names_for_association_football
It's FOOTBALL now. Every one calls it Football across the globe, even the players. I don't know what you are trying to prove? Do you even watch FOOTBALL?I do know the origins of the name. But things change over time. Just like Manchester United was originally named Newton Heath LYR FOOTBALL Club and wore yellow and green kits , something they no longer do.
Not only do I watch soccer, I played it for several years in the 1970s.In the US, it's still soccer and that's the word I will use.And I'll still drive on the right hand side of the road.And I will still spell words without an extra u as in colour, flavour, etc.And I will still spell words with "er" instead of "re" as in "liter", "center", "meter", "theater" instead of "litre", "centre", "metre", and "theatre" no matter how many other people speak "The Queen's English".
And you're telling me this because?
@abc3643 Speaking of your "notice the SOC in Association"... Notice the FOOT in FOOTBALL. Only Americans consider football the sport where half the time the ball is in the air. And America doesn't cover most of the planet
Especially the SOC means in reference to human communcations, like SOCiety, AsSOCiations that have nothing to do with sports, SOCial, etc.