Ah, the age old debate of whether football should be starting so early in the year(February), or in May. I’m sure all you politically correct tree huggers out there, that are more than likely the descendents of the Antichrist, will be horrified at the rest of us actually enjoying ourselves, by watching a game of football each weekend.
Yes, yes, you’ll all cite such meaningful reasons such as health concerns from the heat, its February and we should all be watching cricket. It’s taking time away from spending time with the family. To which one could respond in what is clearly, a sensible, mature and intelligent manner, by saying this. Blah blah blah blah blah, blah blah blah blah blah, blah blah, blah blah blah blah blah.
Let’s explore the health factor, shall we? The heat is not safe to play in at that time of the year, you say. Too hot in Brisbane or Cape Town. So what? I mean, seriously, the world is over populated anyway. Ozone layer, anyone. What’s a few less footballers? Just replace them with someone else. Afterall, no one is indispensable.
Really, in terms of the health factor, the modern football player is a professional. Paid alot of money(and good on them for making it) to play at a high level. This, of course, means that they have more than enough time, in between playing golf and PlayStation of course, too train and accumulate the necessary level of fitness needed to compete in the hotter climate.
In the end, what all this comes down to, is freedom of choice. Pardon my ignorance, but, the last time I checked, we here in God’s own, were living in a democracy. That being the case, I’m kind of thinking, funnily enough, that those of us who wish to watch football in February, should have that choice.
And, to all those of you that think February is too early. Simple. Don’t go to the football. No one is forcing you to go. Leave the rest of us alone, though, too enjoy our time outside of work, as we like.
Oh, by the way, blah blah.