Soccer / casillas
#30DaysFootballChallenge (Part III)
We continue with our challenge of # 30DaysFootballChallenge, with 5 more questions to know the soccer tastes of your server. So let's start: 11)A rule that should be changed. The automatic reprimand for taking off the shirt to celebrate a goal. It has always seemed to me that this is a very stupid and far-fetched rule, which has cost several times the expulsion to more than one. And honestly I do not blame the players; in the euphoria of having scored an important goal What are you going to be thinking about if you are admonished or not? In addition, it is often used as a nice way to dedicate a goal to someone special. Now, if the player shows an offensive or discriminatory message under the shirt, there if I agree with being sanctioned ex officio with an exemplary sanction. 12)A player who made a mistake as a footballer. Jeremy Mathieu. It is a cone in all the expression of the word. Mathieu is one of the few players who can play BAD in all positions. Whether central, lateral or even midfielder, Mathieu will always be there to screw up. He is clumsy and slow in everything he does, a total nuisance. The only reason why he played in a big club like Barcelona, is thanks to incompetence in matters of signings from his managers. 13)A stadium that should be historical heritage. The mythical Estadio Azteca, in Mexico City. The Azteca is the only stadium in the world that can boast of having seen crowned world champions to those who were probably the two best players in history, as they were Pelé in 1970 and Maradona in 1986. Not to mention that he witnessed great historical football events; like the exhibition of Maradona against the English in 1986, witnessing "The hand of God" and the best goal in the history of the world. And of happened there was played "The game of the Century" between Italy and Federal Germany in 1970. For all these reasons, the Aztec stadium must be declared by UNESCO as "Historical Heritage of Humanity"; waiting for new historical chapters to be written about their turf at the 2026 World Cup. 14)The player you dreamed of as a child. The great IKER CASILLAS. Undoubtedly the best goalkeeper in history and my favorite player forever and ever. Iker is the player I dreamed of as a child, now and for the rest of my life. Since that 2003-2004 season in which I started to see football, I was drawn to his skills under three masts, always being a reference for his love club. Thanks to Iker I fell in love with the goal and since then they never got me out of there. His love for the shirt, humility and talent are the things I admire most about him. It has been 3 years since his departure from Real Madrid and there is no time I do not miss him, I cried like a child the day his departure was confirmed. I dreamed of knowing him and that some day I would inherit the arch of my Madrid and that shirt number '1'. How big are you, Iker! Love you very much! 15)A team that you admire in secret. AC Milan. If he was not a Real Madrid fan, without doubt he was a tifosi rossonero. I woke up early on weekends to see that generation that fell in love with half of Europe; that of the hand of Ancelotti, Seedorf, Kaka, Pirlo, Gattuso, Maldini, Cafu, Shevchenko, Nesta, Inzaghi, Dida, Ambrosini ... got tired of winning international titles. That's why, whenever Milan played well, I was happy and for that reason I want them to return to the elite, to their best times; to the historical place that corresponds to them.