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shadowdweller
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(Original post by Major Zero)
Women's football is absolute shite.
Any reason you think this?

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Forgive it being related to Aston Villa but I feel this was really inspirational especially for women playing footbal, at the end there is even a clip of me in the crowd
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It's bloody discrimination. Why can't Eni Aluko get £300,000 per week?
Because she doesn't bring in the ad and broadcast rights revenue. Do you think it's a coincidence that the PL pays the highest wages and gets the most broadcasting fees?

It has very little to do with discrimination.

If anything quite the opposite, in Germany Bayern and Wolfsburg have in recent years heavily invested in women's football because they had money and are consequently good teams now. It used to just be Frankfurt and Potsdam. Hoffenheim, too, is in the women's Bundesliga something their men's team only achieved not too long ago. I don't know England that well, but I am sure Arsenal and Chelsea have done so, too.
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Women's football would benefit greatly if the goals were made slightly smaller, the pitch were smaller and they played 5 minutes less each half.

At many other sports, men compete for longer or harder courses. Take tennis, I am sure women could play best of five, but the quality would be less, as they would have to conserve their energy more.

I am all for equality and whatnot, but one has to accept that there physical differences between the sexes, and there is no shame admitting that and adapting to them.
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This was a good read
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...6217517172#_=_
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I am a season ticket holder for Chelsea FC Women and have been for 4 years now. Best quality football ever and a very friendly atmosphere

(Also seen a few Lionesses matches)
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(Original post by CFCW)
I am a season ticket holder for Chelsea FC Women and have been for 4 years now. Best quality football ever and a very friendly atmosphere

(Also seen a few Lionesses matches)
Well it's not the best quality football is it lol
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I often watch England when they're on.
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(Original post by CFCW)
I am a season ticket holder for Chelsea FC Women and have been for 4 years now. Best quality football ever and a very friendly atmosphere

(Also seen a few Lionesses matches)
Lol, best quality football. Guess you've only watched local lads play in sunday league
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Going to watch England Ladies play at the end of May
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I did indeed. Sometimes when a world cup is aired in TV, I watched just out of curiosity. Despite this my preference is men's football, because it is more athletic and faster at pro level.
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