Young German starts Philip Lahm (left), Thomas Mueller and Sami Khedira defend a free kick in the World Cup this summer against Argentina. (Photo Courtesy sdhansay)
By Jonathan Gold
Quick, no thinking allowed: What’s the most entertaining soccer league in Europe? I guarantee you just got that wrong.
The Prem? Overpaid, overexposed, overcapitalized.
La Liga? If you’re not a fan of the endless financial pissing contest between Barca and Real, then you’re out of luck.
Serie A? Corrupt, slow, predictable.
Ligue 1? Sorry, too many racist shithead fans (at some clubs), the national apparatus is in utter disarray and all the talent goes to one of those other three leagues about 0.00145 seconds after it gets discovered.
Why didn’t you say the Bundesliga? Vas ist deine probleme? (Apologies, I’m 99 percent sure that doesn’t mean “What’s your problem?”)
All that aside, you should be watching German soccer. Yes, you. Particularly since the Revs season is over.