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Why English Football is great

With today’s triumphs of lower league clubs over top flight football teams, there is no doubt that English football is the best in the world. From extravagant managers to fist pumping fans, English football never fails to surprise spectators.

When we talk about English football we mean all the divisions- from the Premier league right down to the grittiness of the Conference. Unlike Spain, France and Germany, where a select few teams are expected to dominate the league, English football always seems to add a little fuel to the fire. It’s dynamic, far from the finesse of the Spanish league or the regimented style of the German league. English football is ambiguous, lower league teams have a go, and try and challenge the big kid in the playground. When you go to a game you can expect not to be subdued by anticipation of a defeat.

It’s obvious that English football is a gem in terms of branding, hence the reason why so many countries televise the Premier league. It seems as if fans of English football have a bit more access to the emotions and behind the scene antics of each club. From Arsne Wenger’s push on Mourinho, to players of the pitch behaviour becoming the topic of chants in stadiums. As much goes on off the pitch as it does on the pitch.

So when you buy a season ticket or pay for your Sky Sports package you’re really playing for a bird’s eye view of English Football. We as fans feel the emotion and the rough and tumble included in English football.

This is the reason why the premier league is so lucrative. We hope it never dies.

 

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