If I had to sum up why fans are so mad in one sentence: soccer fans think their sport is already controlled too much by money and this move is the greediest move yet and further proof that the fan's beautiful game is now being controlled by big money.
Why else were the fans angry, besides the blatant elitism of the big clubs? This boils down to two reasons: the romantic view of the sport of soccer and money. Money is the easier of the two to understand.
Chelsea fans have been waiting for the international break to be over to get back to club football, only to get the dreaded news that Anthony Taylor would be the man in the middle for the upcoming clash against Brentford. The Blues travel across west London to face a stern test against the in-form ...
3,559. 113. Today at 5:55 PM. #6. The problem with this is with most situations: a small portion of the fan base gets unhappy about something but unfortunately that small portion tends to be the most vocal so it’s all you hear. Hopefully nobody rational is saying Doty is a bust, QB is a developmental position.
The announcement of the Super League has been met with heavy backlash from all over the world of football, with the supporters of the clubs involved left angry, upset and disappointed.
The ingroup bias. The ingroup-outgroup bias is another social psychological phenomenon applicable to fandom. The fans of one team, the “in-group” will deprecate the fans of the other team, the “outgroup.”. This intergroup bias is the belief that one’s own group is better than all other groups.
So, the Super League teams want to still play domestic football. If they did, you’d have 3-6 teams making 10 times more money than the other 14-17 teams in the league. The end of football.
mini brawl between mexico and the united states in the 07 gold cup
Europe’s top football teams are forming an exclusive new league, called “Super League,” just for themselves — and what seems like everyone in the world of European soccer, including those ...
Why are Emani 22 fans are mad at Trippie Redd? Born December 27, 1998, Emani Johnson was a Los Angeles native who was just starting her career as an R&B singer and dancer. Over the years, Johnson had released multiple singles and before her debut album, The Color Red, in 2020.