posted on May, 28 2012 @ 10:01 PM
reply to post by TheComte
Come on, be realistic. I've watched quite a bit of soccer and there are plenty of times when players are standing around or walking. And when
they want a rest they fake an injury and lie on the ground for a few minutes. The same as a timeout IMO, and they can do it as much as they want.
Okay, don't take me so literally, please...
I am being realistic...
I am making the comparison to American football and these differences are essentially obvious to one who is fond of both sports.
Think about it; in "true football"/ soccer there is no offense on/defense off like in American "football," which I didn't even touch in the post
you analyzed. This affords even longer breaks...
True, they may not always be *running* in soccer, but they are most always on their feet, ready for whatever may quickly change on a very large
pitch,and be proactive or reactive in seconds.
The fake injuries are an exception, not a rule IMO.
Note: sorry wwj for perhaps getting your thread off-tracks a bit, but I do believe that this plays into the possible end-time scenario, and needed to