I forgot who wrote it, but I remember reading a brilliant essay that most people's depression now days comes from the lie they're told from birth that they're born equal. That you can be anyone you want to be, that the American dream is real and you can get rich from hard work and smart investments. That lying to Americans from birth like this makes them think something is wrong with them. That they see rich people on TV and they think, "well I could do that" and resent themselves for not doing it.
In fact, we are not born equal. We are born into socio economic spheres and given advantages or disadvantages based on that birth. If you want to succeed in some fields, doing so without that socio-economic background would be difficult, or near impossible. I think having a royal family is a good reminder to people that sometimes life isn't fair. Sometimes people are born into a fuckin heap load of money and you weren't and you can't do anything about it. A royal family helps people focus on themselves, and externalize their problems instead of internalize them.
Holy shit I'm getting bored with reedwise's half assed "funny" posts. It's the same shtick every time "haha im posting like a retard guys get it?". You're a burden dude and by far the worst thing on this forum.
playing them both is redundant, and leaves the backline unprotected and without pace in the midfield. Hopefully bosque finally ends this hyper fetishization of midfielders, Costa is useless in this formation with them. Spain need to bring in some width, open the midfield, and not play such a suicidal high line.
it's probably hard not to go overboard with playing midfielders when you have such crazy talent at the position like he does
i hate seeing players of javi martinez's caliber riding the bench because there's nowhere to play them