Anonymous asked: As a quick very, very general guide for that anon: The Spanish League is known for very elegant, technical football. The Premier League for more of a rough contact, faster style. The Italian League is a bit slower paced and tactical. And the German League known for their intelligent yet physical style. Choosing a League really depends on what aspects of the game you enjoy most.

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Anonymous asked: Do you or your bf have any tips on how to get into club football?

He says this: there’s 3 leagues you can try 

  1. The Spanish League - “La Liga” (Just about every Latin American star you enjoyed in the world is probably either in Real Madrid or Barcelona so you can witness their glory in the regular season)
  2. The German League - Bayern Munich is considered the German Real Madrid; a large portion of players from the German and Netherland NT are in this league 
  3. The English Premier League - Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool
  4. The Italian League - AC Milan, S.S.C Napoli, Serie A

Chris doesn’t know exactly what sites will work for you via your country, but he states that BBC Sports often shows it, but there are streams for these sorts of things ALWAYS, as long as you pick a league that you like, you can dip into the “fandom” either through Tumblr or Twitter and I’m sure a buddy will hook you up with a link to a stream  

Think of a few players who you really adored in the World Cup, find the league they generally belong to, and go from there! I really like Messi, Neymar and Dani Alves, and they all happen to belong to Barcelona, so I’m going to try to get into that and see where it goes. I’m also interested in Bayern after witnessing our reigning World Cup champs plow through everyone in the knock out rounds, so I’ll make it a point to check them out, too. 

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Anonymous asked: you know i'd really think you'd enjoy club football. its not on as grand a scale as "the world" but most league's out there are just as dramatic, intense and beautiful. (with the exception of the u.s. of course lol)

I’m definitely going to get into it! My bf is an ~expert~~~ at the leagues so it’ll be good to have his in-person-wikipedia knowledge when I watch 

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son: what is it, ma?

me: come closer mijo…

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son: no que????? ma???? 

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