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Re: The Yellow Away Kit may be a thing of the past
Posted by: Rockstaar
Date: 21/05/2012 20:54
don't understand what you are saying...I don't see why the comparison with a country that is as big as say one state having more teams in a smaller concentrated area..if England was as big as the US..it would be totally different

I think what you have a problem with is that just because its business does mean that it runs like a supermarket for instance

The sports business is a category all to itself and they are all marketed very similar..to prey on our emotions, sense of pride, competition etc

The people that live in Cleveland think the Claviers are their basketball team just as much as anyone supporting a football team in Europe as was evident when Lebron James took his talents to Miami

The fact that a business can get people saying us and we even though they have no stake in it is one of the greatest tricks the devil ever pulled (kaiser soze)

I really don't know who anyone can disagree with the facts.

They are registered as a business
They follow ALL business laws pertaining to their field
They have employees
They have a payroll
They are about making profit
They is a board (in certain cases)
etc

I don't what about that doesn't sink in...honestly don't get it

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