Football, or soccer for y’all American types is the most popular team sport in the world. With hundreds of millions of people around the globe indoctrinated into the fellowship of the spherical ball the game, both as a sport and as a spectacle, has never been more popular.
Yet fundamentally football has many flaws, and at certain levels the rules of the game to all intense and purposes seek to undermine the essence of the sport itself. With the archaic powers that be asserting their rigid reluctance to accept even the most patently obvious flaws in our game (lack of goal line technology), football stumbles on an old man trying to adapt to a modern world.
Yet if Sepp Blatter had an iota of foresight he would acknowledge that hating the English national team is not the sole facet of his presidency remit, and, dare I say it, actually do something?
If you’re reading Sepp, here are five little changes for starters.