World Football: 10 Things the Media Doesn't Get About the Beautiful Game

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World Football: 10 Things the Media Doesn't Get About the Beautiful Game
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In the information age, football has found itself covered in more angles than at any time in its history. With an unprecedented demand to obtain the inside story on a variety of different subjects, footballers and clubs alike have been thrown into extraordinary situations.

Though this happens around the world, this premise is especially true in England. With various tabloids competing against each other and with some of the most powerful journalistic outlets anywhere in the world, the English have changed the way that many perceive the game.

Many generalizations such as, the Premier League has too many foreign players, or that England should win whatever international tournament that they may be in, has influenced the way that many fans think.

The voice the media portrays is powerful, but not necessarily correct. By no means are the members of the media perfect; they are people just like you and I.

The media's voice is wrong some key issues. Here are some examples.

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