I don't have bias towards women's sport(except for women's basketball), i enjoy most of women's sport and some of them i rank at the same level as men or even higher, women's soccer is way more better than men's but i'm not sure when it's get more exposure and prestige it would stay the same, look at lower rank men's soccer leagues, there almost none of flopping and whining, games more exciting most of the time and results more unpredictable which means more fun.
Andy great coach but we should have rid of him after Donovan left, it was clear stuff wasn't working and he doesn't have intangibles to win Superbowl title, yeah he can win games in regular season and some in playoffs but not the Superbowl. I think we would still lost if Michael was in the game but his injury saved the team because they would be eaten alive for loosing to Cowboys when 'healthy' Vick plays the game.
You don't always need to have a great coach to win the SB.Sometimes a mere decent coach is enough as long as he doesn't get badly outschemed and has his team mentally prepared to play...and that's more often true when there's a well-disciplined team with excellent talent and mature veterans...the Cowboys even won with Barry Switzer as coach once....Cowher was what I'd call a decent coach(and one who had the respect of his players),and our SB-winning coach,Brian Billick,was the same.The Steelers current coach,Tomlin,looks like a better X's and O's guy,IMO,than Cowher was...and he'll probably be there a long time,too.I'm not sure what to say about McCarthy in Green Bay;yeah,he won his title,but I've seen so many games when GB was upset by weaker teams when they looked as if they came in flat and overconfident...and that's a poor reflection on the coaching staff.
I'm not sure that women's soccer players would change that much if the sport grew a lot;it's a sport that requires lots of hard work so it attracts the sort of women who are dedicated and goal-oriented.I don't see them becoming like the prissy male players are.....but you might be on to something when you discuss the disparity between elite and minor leagues.The top players in men's soccer are pampered so much that the sub-culture almost encourages a prima donna attitude.Baseball has become somewhat similar;if you check out the minor leagues,there's kind of a blue-collar,working man's atmosphere.The major leaguers of today,though,wouldn't cope too well if a time machine transported them to previous decades.In those eras,there were pitchers like Don Drysdale,Bob Gibson,Dizzy Dean and Don Newcombe WHO WEREN'T AFRAID TO FIGHT if an opposing player challenged them...and they'd either pitch inside to back a hitter off the plate or--if they didn't like a guy or thought he behaved wrongly--they'd hit him with a pitch on purpose.Today's punks couldn't cope with that.
Athletic women are usually fun to watch
;can't speak for basketball in other countries but,in the U.S.,it attracts lots of masculine gals,unfortunately,who play a style that's almost thuggishly aggressive...Yeah,you're right;it's often unpleasant to watch in terms of quality of play.On a more important note,studies show that women who play sports are usually more emotionally well-rounded than those who are totally inactive in that area,and they tend to fare better in their personal relationships.It's obviously not true in ALL cases,yet the stats show it to be a consistent trend
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