Tag Archives: Finland
During the group stages of the European championships I was only half watching. Thanks to a slew of games compromised by negative tactics (even adopted by the likes of the Netherlands and France), a ridiculously bloated and therefore watered down … Continue reading →
Greed? Sure. But our indifference to UEFA’s decadence makes us equally complicit for the European Super League proposal existing.
Though we’re loathe to admit it, Gordon Gekko was right. The proposed European Super League captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit and clarifies how we feel about greed in its most brazen form. Europe’s biggest and wealthiest clubs attempting … Continue reading →