Who thinks that football is overrated and if so why?

I think too many people are addicted to football and it’s sort of taking over. If anyone here thinks that football is becoming too big a thing let me know here, and to all you football lovers it’s not that I hate football I’m just curious. I don’t want any swearing from either side of the debate and no seriously hurtful words OK?

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15 Responses to “Who thinks that football is overrated and if so why?”

  1. Jay Garganera said:

    I think you are homosexual!

  2. Buffhead said:

    Yeah, football is in my blood. I remember being fascinated as early as six years old and then holding up my younger brother to kick a ball even before he could walk. I love football and could not live without this sport as it is more than you realise. If you lose it can be the end of the world and if you win you can be in bliss. Bill Shankley said, ‘some people think football is a matter of life and death, I can assure you it is much more serious than that’. The words nail and head spring to mind. Come on the REDS!

  3. Christen T said:

    I know what you mean. I do NOT like football, its so boring. and i don’t understand what the big hype is all about. NO one in my family likes it.. We’re into hockey… we don’t get obsessed about it. But at least hockey has fights and theres a bit more to it. So I’m with you and i know a bit more people who feel the same way.

  4. Hibee said:

    You are confusing football with the media.

  5. Con{uz} said:

    the vast majority of males who love football have wet dreams over certain players “giving them a penalty”. these men are married but never show their wives the love and passion they have for a bunch of overpaid ponces -makes you think …

  6. Claire said:

    Im not a great fan of football. I dont necessarily think that football is over rated however i do think footballers are. They only kick a ball around its not as if they are saving peoples lives or anything!

  7. fed up woman said:

    I think that the amount they pay some footballers it’s obscene. They’re only running after a ball!!!!

  8. Rob said:

    If you don’t like football you’re missing out.

  9. Boy Wonder said:

    Bores me to death. It won’t be long until the season takes up the entire 12 months of the year. Dull dull dull.

  10. Chopper said:

    Interesting question coming on the back of our international team getting beat.

    Football is not overrated, if you don’t like it then you won’t know what it’s like to love football more than anything else. I’m not keen on international football, but domestic football is the greatest creation by man ever. I’ll openly admit to being addicted to football, and i’m not ashamed in the slightest to admit it. I will always love football and you won’t appreciate what that’s like.

  11. Damio said:

    there’s too many lushers playing now who roll around and cry at the first sign of contact it was better “back in the day”

  12. coops said:

    EVIDENCE! Why we call it the Beautiful Game?
    This is one for every one, regardless of who you support and proof that we ALL follow the greatest game on the planet. From Sunday League to Premierships.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym133-i-Xac

  13. grafvonzahl said:

    Well, the point of view of BRITISH soccer fans will be different today… they will tell you it is not that important and totally overrated…

    Right, I am german, and I saw the game…:-)))

  14. PinballWizard said:

    I love football, but, the only way I can see that football is overrated is that quite often big matches are an anti-climax. Often World Cup finals, FA Cup finals and other massive matches leave the more casual viewers confused as to what the fuss is about.

    I would also say that the amount players are paid each week shows an inflated sense of importance placed on footballers. Yes, they are heroes to millions, but, they are only sports players at the end of the day.

  15. Markas W said:

    I don’t think it is taking over really. The X-Factor annoy’s me more in “taking over terms”!.




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