Premier League

10 Little Things That We Hate About Football

Referees Who Think They’re Best Mates With The Players – Where because referees are known by name, they think that they’re celebrities and try to get on with the players. Started by Graham Poll but referees take note: no-one is here to watch you and the only reason players laugh at your jokes is because they want those fifty-fifty decisions.

Ticket Prices – A serious point this one.  Seriously, who is responsible for setting these prices??

Sepp Blatter – The man in charge of world football. Just so happens to be one of the most corrupt, old-fashioned and stupid men on the planet. Still, you’d absolutely love his job.

Being Last On Match Of The Day – You could’ve gone out after all and still been back to see what’s arguably your most point away from home of the season so far. Shame the editor didn’t agree, but come on, it happens every week.

Match Of The Day – On that note, the whole programme has a very smug air to it. Like a charity golf day, this old boys club has no funny jokes and bad fashion. And Alan Shearer.

Most Press Conferences and Interviews – Yes Ian Holloway doesn’t make a lot of sense but he is fun to watch, as is Gordon Strachan. What about those interviews when the only things that are stupider than the obvious questions are the braindead answers?  Bring back Mourinho!

Short Corners – What’s the point??

David Pleat – The man who would pronounce ‘John Smith’ differently. Are you doing it on purpose David?

The Offside Rule – Have you ever heard of the phrase ‘If it’s not broke, don’t fix it’? What about ‘Even if it’s not broke, still try and fix it and then change it again so no-one understands what’s going on’? Plus, it’s not very easy to explain phases of play with ketchup bottles. Was the brown sauce interfering?

Super Sunday – It’s hardly ever very super.

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