U.S. Soccer: Top 6 Misconceptions About the Game from Soccer Critics

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U.S. Soccer: Top 6 Misconceptions About the Game from Soccer Critics
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One of the most frustrating daily occurrences for soccer fans in the U.S. is having to deal with the infamous "Soccer Haters."

You know who they are. They come in many shapes and sizes, usually wearing the same shirt from yesterday and a flat brim hat on their head.

They often take shots at the game, aimlessly poking fun at the same weaknesses their own favorite sport likely contains. They are the few still left in this country who have the antidote for soccer fever and are incapable of even watching the beautiful game for merely five minutes.

When we watch the World Cup Final, they act like they have something better to do, always complaining about inferiority.

So have a laugh with me, and enjoy reading the marvelous misconceptions by our country’s own.

I will point out the most common phrases by these "Soccer Haters" and explain why some of them need to hit the research books before they start talking trash. Enjoy!

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