Very well known Exeweb poster
- Mar 9, 2004
- Back home in the village
Your memory doesn't serve you very well Mike. I do follow Chloe's progress as any father would but I have stated many a time had it not been for Chloe playing I would have little time for the womens game at the present moment as I find it very slow and rather dull and it is nowhere near the standard of it's comparative level, ie Men's Premier League v Women's Premier League, Men's County League v Women's County League. It will always be slower due to natural physicality but I do accept that it will improve as time moves on but at the moment it's like trying to compare salt with sugar and the likes of Sky and the BBC trying to force feed it will not change that.IMMSMR you were a big fan of woman's football and followed your daughter's progress in football assiduously.
Threatened???? Not in the least. Why should I?? Or is that just a PC assumption because I'm calling it as I find it...............Ooooo hello! Sounds like someone feels threatened
Whilst I agree that men's football is hyped Mike, particularly by the aformentioned broadcasting firms and their counterparts, in the main the men's game does tend to back the hype up but you're talking just about top level football whichever sex. I'm talking in general right across the board. The womens game as a whole isn't even close to it's male counterpart at whatever you want to draw comparisions.Thank goodness men's football isn't hyped up.