Posted in r/soccer by u/pythongooner • 111 points and 523 comments
I ask this because my impression from Americans online is very negative (maybe not so much on reddit, but on mainstream sports sites)
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I’m not a big soccer fan but I have been supporting the U.S women’s team for this current World Cup but I am curious as to why the men don’t ...
TL;DR**: No. Likely only 2-6 teams worse than Saudi Arabia would qualify Note: I previously posted this on r/sports. ... (self.soccer)
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Giannis on his soccer skills from last night: "I could do probably like 300 of those.
Being a fan of a small, unsuccessful club (self.soccer)
Compared to the American sports I grew up watching (baseball, football, etc), there seems to be a lot more scrutiny on the manager in soccer.