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I ask this because my impression from Americans online is very negative (maybe not so much on reddit, but on mainstream sports sites)
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4 votes and 48 comments so far on Reddit ... Can someone explain why soccer is commonly seen as pansy or weak in America while at the same time being considered highly masculine in the vast majority of the ...
TL;DR**: No. Likely only 2-6 teams worse than Saudi Arabia would qualify Note: I previously posted this on r/sports. ... (self.soccer)
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I’m not a big soccer fan but I have been supporting the U.S women’s team for this current World Cup but I am curious as to why the men don’t ...
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Giannis on his soccer skills from last night: "I could do probably like 300 of those.