Chuong Nguyen
Do you think football is the best sport in the world? and why?

Football brings us joy, sadness. People cannot speak the same language, but I think they can share the emotions football brings. Two days ago I watched Barcelona made a historic comeback against Paris Saint German. I cannot describe those emotions, I screamed as loud as I could and gone crazy. I love football, the beautiful game, because it's not a game, it's a life for me and many other people.

I would like to read people's experiences with sports, not only football, but any sport that matters to you.

Mar 11, 2017 4:30 PM
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I love the football. this is the great sport and not only the sport. Football is sense, emotion. When your favorite team scores you feel so much happiness that can not be exposed. I am younger than you, so I cannot remember such an old match as you did. But one of the best  match I have ever seen was few days ago barcelona-psg. this is best example of keep going and trying. 
March 11, 2017

No, for me it's boring. 90 minutes and only 1 or two goals. I know it's a sport number one, but I've been intersted in watching football matches. Maybe it because our national team have always been so weak.

I prefer tennis and volleball. These ones are more dymamic. Also tennis is like a chess in movements. You should think of tactiс and strategy. Volleyball is much more emotional.

March 16, 2017
Football for me is the most changeable and beatiful sport's activity in the world. We don't need to play this game a lot of money. Moreover the game is so popular even for old and young persons. I have been intersted in football since World Championschip 1998 in France. I watched almost all games that summer with my uncle. He was a funny guy and liked drink a beer watching matches :). I liked competition between Argentina and England and memorable goal scored by young Michael Owen. That was amazing. Nowadays rules are changed a little bit. I mean that money is sometimes more important that playing. Being a player is a very profitable profession. Unfortunately sometime it affects the quality of the game. 
March 11, 2017

@Nina

You're right, football teaches us lesson too. Have faith, believe in yourself, and never give up. Visca Barca!

March 11, 2017

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Yes, if you live in America, most other places, it's called football.

March 11, 2017
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