Which one is the real football? Can it be answered with "per capita" in world context, or simply settled with the adjective "Colonial" or "American"? Or what about the frequency being the actual foot coming into contact with the ball?
Bear with me further for this paragraph as I wax poetic bloviation off my chest: This debate of rugby and (football or) soccer colliding to become football, with the latter (the punt, the extra point) sometimes being an exclamation point, ......many times by the littlest guy of all the battle (the kicker), as our breaths are bated and our emotions hinged on the David's phalanges (dodging the Goliaths)..... or some sort of excuse or gross misjudgment (the inept part-time ref! Cheatgate!). Oh, man drama!
|Balls collide with Feet|
Sorry, I did it again. The coffee!, I sayeth! Nothing about cricket or baseball now either.
Do you see football in London soon? I have heard rumblings or murmurs of 5 games in London and 3 in Manchester as an idea. According to my camping theme of sports teams, this is a great way for expansion.
|Sophie Victoria Reade|
London the financial or capital of the planet, a hub for the next leap. It's the stuff of $60 million salaries in a world of doers, watchers and sales. Both footballs will be bettered.