How is it hypocrisy? I'm not contradicting anything...I support both clubs, yes I'll have to support Juve if they ever go head to head again, but I don't see how it's hypocrisy. You're a bit too emotional mate. ^^
Lol well everyone to their own.
Nah, he will have the support of one of the best midfields in Europe. His finishing is already good enough, I'm just saying with a bit of time he'll be a great striker.
How is supporting two clubs from different leagues wrong? As long as they don't have a longstanding rivalry or anything.
Right, so Lamps signs a new one year deal.
Oh, and David Beckham has retired from football.
YEA FROSTY! Show him! Go choose a club kakashi, otherwise we wont speak to you anymore and we will be really mean.
@goldb - Speaking of retirements have you heard about Hansen leaving Motd? Honestly havent watched that show in ages though...
No, I didn't know that. I've also not watched it since the previous season maybe. He was becoming senile anyways...
The problem with it, in my opinion, is that you're then sharing in the success of two clubs, not just one.
I can't be wearing a Chelsea jersey and have a Madrid scarf on at the same time, now can I? Well, I mean, I physically could have both on, but...
You could never be a Chelsea and a Barca fan, however.
So, if a team you support was to be disbanded/banned for some reason, you can't support another team?
I guess it's because I played football almost every day when I was in school, so as a footballer I see no problem supporting 2 teams. It's more about love for the sport and the club's character/identity I guess.
It's not comparable to sports here, Frosty. There are too many different leagues. Here, the only pass I can really give is to a Baseball fan who supports an AL club, as well as an NL club. The games in each league are pretty different. As long as the two teams aren't from the same city/area. You can't really be both a Yankees and Mets fan. It's sacrilege. But even then, you can't really feel equal about both teams...