The Suicide Squad of football
While watching Suicide Squad in a theatre, the manner in which Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) introduced the members of Task Force X to the officials dining with her, provided inspiration to create a Suicide Squad of football.
There are footballers and others who work in this field of football who share some features with the characters of the latest DC movie. Shooting ability, playing style, attitude on and off the field are some of the traits that can be relatable to all the weird hero-like Super Villains of Suicide Squad and other supporting characters.
This is only done for the purpose of entertainment and fun. There are spoilers ahead. So watch your steps. Here’s is football’s Suicide Squad.
1) Amanda Waller – Roman Abramovich
Amanda Waller of Suicide Squad is a ruthless officer and she doesn’t think twice while taking incredibly hard decisions. Although she seems like one of the good people in the beginning, make no mistake – she is good but her traits make the audience hate her, her character takes a negative turn in the perspective of those who are watching the movie because of her unsympathetic treatment of the members of the Suicide Squad before and even after the completion of the operation in which the Super-Villains put their lives in risk for safeguarding hers.
Chelsea’s owner Roman Abramovich is the Amanda Waller of football. Like Waller, he shows no mercy for the managers who fail to complete their season objectives. And exactly like her, Abramovich is extremely powerful. Whenever he fires a manager, Chelsea fans start to hate him. But whatever he does, his intention is to develop the club and ensure a secure future for the club which is similar to what Waller does – protecting people from meta-humans.