User: ronaldinho llew
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The whole world's laughing at you! At last, a major chapionship without the turgid England fans!
Do you know what your problem is? You have no sense of nationalism that isn't associated with sport. You're only English when it comes to the national football side, and that makes me pity you. You're too stupid to realise how brainwashed you are!
Why isn't Wales down on the list? We've never hosted the Olympics! And we'd do a better job of it than London as well; far less money would be wasted.
Wales has never received the Olympic games, but it's not down on your list!
We'd host the games far better then London, and spend far less as well.
It's quite obvious you're a Hamilton fan, but you can't argue with the result. Raikkonen won because he kept his nerve until the end. Hamilton will admit that Raikkonen deserved to win because he didn't make stupid mistakes at the wrong times like Hamilton. Alonso has been revealed as a dirty, cheating, over-competative slime-ball.
Hopefully Hamilton will recover, learn from his mistakes and take the Championship next year. I'm Welsh, and tend not to support English drivers, because they're usually media-hyped toffs. Hamilton comes from a working class background and deserves a driver's championship!
Soccer is the world's best sport because you have this immense passion.
Here in Wales, ordinary working class, dirt-poor people invest thousands of pounds a season, supporting their team. Swansea City are a relatively small club, in the 3rd tier of Welsh-English football. The club has never had much money, and was in 2001 saved by massive donations by a supporter's trust. Had it not been for it's loyal fans, it would have gone out of existance.
Yet we get 12,000 fans regularly at home games, singing their hearts out, risking arrest at some times to voice their oppinions, watching at times mediocre play. They then travel hundreds of miles, to see their beloved team play!
You don't get that loyalty in any other sport, because no other sport means that much to other people!
Soccer is a matter of life and death!