November 28, 2010

Soccer Critic Quote of the Day

A correspondent on Simmons' chat Friday:

As I see it, the hardcore fans think 1) you're a moron if you don't like and can't appreciate the beauty of soccer. Then, if you start showing some interest in it, 2) you're a moron because you don't know the intricate details of the game, like the difference between Iniesta and Xavi, or you like the World Cup the most. Finally, 3) you're a moron and a bandwagon jumper if you take a liking to a new team. Perhaps you need to start in the lower levels with Dag & Red or something and hope to get promoted through the levels.
I really want the U.S. to get the World Cup in 2022- Noah will be 12, and I'll be sure to take him. In the meantime, it's all Spurs for us, with a little Philadelphia Union thrown in.

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