Spurssupportern Erik Niva must have hit some kind of record in the Viasatstudion in the week with a monologue of 3 minutes and 43 seconds. He explained Tottenham förlorarkultur, and the question is whether he was breathing more than two times during the entire drapan. He was talking about Tottenham as something completely unique among the losers – to me it sounded like it wont let among ALL fotbollssupporters who agree on 99% of all clubs and who never ever win a title.
fotbollshistoriskt superkunnig as Erik Niva undeniably is, it was complete – short of historic. The history of teams like Tottenham, there are thousands of. ”We lose every week, we lose every week, you're nothing special, we lose every week” is a popular rhyme in England.
”It is årskortsinnehavaren the talking, and knorret reaches even down on the pitch”, said Ola Wenström to end in a right bitter and småironisk comment, which, in turn, Bojan Djordjic high thought was an unnecessary remark, but now also suspended, he of the Ola and of a concrete question. It he likes, to try and talk as long as Erik Niva.
Djordjic and Level in the same studio is a small expertkatastrof, their analysis is ösregnslånga. Niva never stop voluntarily reasoning, he sews and shoots into a subordinate clause and stacks of metaphors that sportvärldens own Björn Ranelid.
I like Erik Niva, but the constant monologerna gets lousy tv
I don't know how many times I had to add that I like Erik Niva, but the constant monologerna will be lousy tv. When Bojan Djordjic at the same time want to take more and more place and also develop lååååånga reasoning, and analysis – then you have also difficult to both understand and sort out.
Yes, then it will be mardrömsaktigt for the viewers.
Towards the end would Bojan Djordjic in addition, denmark Erik Nivas passion for his team and he did it so clearly influence him both as a person and in the job – and then it became downright embarrassing. ”I got hurt in my heart when I saw Erik lie here on the floor when the goal went in.”
Lord my creator. What is it that happens?
on the football and politics, and at the risk of repeating myself from the last month: you Can see the political commentator Mats Knutson lie down on the studiogolvet during the election night party and yell of disappointment when the latest katastrofsiffrorna for any party come in?
Just as an example.
No you, Bojan. I want to have passion and emotion as the viewers so I live them out in front of my tv, with friends or at a football stadium. To see commentators and experts to freak out and take a stand for the team is what I find unacceptable oprofesionellt.
Bojan got hurt in the heart, I got pain in my stomach, when I saw the clips from the NHL match between Washington and the Carolina Hurricanes in a week.
Alexander the national hockey league, 191 centimeters tall, 108 pounds, 31 years old and captain of the team in Washington will be so provoked during a small collision with one of the league's youngest players, the Hurricanes 19-year-old Andrei Svetjnikov, that he throws the gloves and beats him unconscious (for a brief moment) after three hearty blows to the face and chin.
the expulsion, Svetjnikov (also five minutes he'd thrown the gloves) was completely gone and had to be carried out by their peers and then never come back to the game again.
After knockouten you can see all of Washington's team stand up and hit the clubs in the rail, as a tribute to his great loyal captain.
Embarrassing adult men, there's no stopping anywhere? No ashamed eyes out of themselves, and dare to say it?
the Men use their sports to have an outlet for anger and frustration, many men's use of violence in most of the situations when they describe the anger and frustration, at work, at home, at the pub.
Alexander the national hockey league, such a real loser.
Sports raise our young, or how?! The older teach the younger. Jepp!
Watched a small clip of Manchester City's genial belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne in something called ”the Players Tribune”. And it is a foursquare tiominutersintervju where Kevin De Bruyne describes, in particular, their two most unhappy years of his life, when he as a quiet and a very shy, lonely 16 and 17-year-old who loses everything and must start completely anew – and be saved by football.
where the fairy tale you love to hear.