5 things we learned this week in the world of football
Football has again been a great teacher for all of us this week.
A week in football is a week full of dramas. One can only wonder why people watch daily soaps when there is football actually providing better entertainment and stories than most things in the world.
With the onset of Euros and business-end of Copa America’s group stages taking place this week, we have witnessed some really incredible things—and what else could you expect? It is not every day that both the Copa America and the Euros fall in the same year.
Hence, we are now on a roller-coaster ride which will end only to put us on another one––that of the club football season. With so much happening around, here are the 5 most important things we learned this week…
#1 Joachim Low is a horrible person
When you are on live TV and have no qualms about smelling your private parts and eating your boogies, you are a vile person.
With a viewership of around a million people for each Germany game, it is inscrutable as to how Joachim Low does it without a hint of shame. It is as if he is eating hotdogs or sandwiches on the pitch, only that they are produced from his nose.
With at least 2 more Germany matches to be played, we—as football writers that are bound to watch games in order to earn our bread—shudder at the thought of having to witness quality football being accompanied by Low’s unhygienic methods.
There was once a time when covering Germany games was fun. Now, however, the TV room almost always ends up smelling like puke. While there is no doubt that Low has carved out a brilliant attacking team that is a delight for sore eyes, it is only when the cameras focus towards the Germany manager that we no longer wish to live on this earth.