Wednesday, July 23, 2008

How Bad Is Too Bad?

The UF teletype machine was busy yesterday with a vigorous discussion about the watching soccer. The question is: What is the lowest level of soccer you can stomach watching?


Will you watch MLS? How about USL? Do you support your local team by watching like Greg Lalas declares you must? Are you a soccer junkie who watches whatever (USL-2, South African soccer) and whenever on Sopcast? Or are you a soccer snob only watching EPL, La Liga, Bundesliga or Serie A?




6 comments:

Keith said...

The rec leagues at Red Hook Park

The NY Kid said...

I played at Red Hook for a high school match. You weren't there, were you?

You were? Why did you bring that Mike's Hard Lemonade and lube?

Mike Georger said...

"Why did you bring that Mike's Hard Lemonade and lube?"
have you ever tried sodomizing someone with a mike's bottle WITHOUT lube?

i watch some french, possibly arabian league at the gym on one of the international channels that shows up on the epic 'cardio theatre'

Autoglass said...

two answers.

On TV or paying for a seat? MLS is the lowest level unless my hometown Raging Rhinos are involved.

In person with my son in tow? We've watched Girls Under 12 matches involving the better SoCal travelling clubs (including the unfortunately named Slammers - our local Newport Beach nationally ranked girls' outfit). All part of the boy's footy education.

The Fan's Attic said...

yes, i had thought about qualifying it as watch in person or on TV, but then it just got messy. make your own decisions. i'm not your mother.

Keith said...

Don't think I've been there for a high school match. Last time I was there, one team was playing in Chelsea kits