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When I first read Ben Dorries provocative piece about soccer challenging cricket my instant raction was soccer eclipses cricket in Australia I bare my bottom in Brunswick St.

But as I was typing those words it struck me that is the type of arrogant attitude far too prevalant in our game, particularly among the national marketeers in Melbourne.

Cricket should remember the saying of former Olympic 100m champion Maurice Greene who said as if you are the number two in the world . stay hungry, stay the hunter, not the hunted.

A lot of sports are having a little bite at cricket, particularly this season.

The only month of the year cricket exclusively owns is December . and this summer, sadly, there is a break of international cricket at what is supposed to be the hottest point of the season.

The first Test ran into the Melbourne Cup. January is shared with the Australian Open tennis. Because the one dayers are pushed back to February March this season they run headlong into the Super 14 rugby and the early season rugby league news.

In England the soccer season absolutely devours the cricket summer at both ends. cheap Thunder jersey.

It won happen in Australia where locals prefer games with more action and scoring but cricket cannot rest on its laurels.

It might be time for Cricket Australia to recruit Queensland head marketing man Andrew Blucher the man who brought brand names such as the Queensland Bulls to cricket to liven up the show.

A) I am not Australian cuz I don automatically think a game is better because there is alot of point scoring (in fact I hate AFL for this reason, games can be over before half time, scores reach ridiculous levels. Take Geelong in the grand final, they won by about 100 points and I can think of anything more boring).

B) The idea that soccer lacks action, while cricket is full of it. Come on, cricket is not a spectacle of movement and action, it a slow game, played at a lesiurly pace. Football is 22 guys running non stop for 80 minutes, and I hate to break it to you, but suff actually happens in between goals.

C) I can support both sports and my going to football games is somehow a threat to cricket. I will continue to support cricket, just so long as I am not made to feel I have to pick one sport or the other. If I have to pick a sport, it would be football, cuz it the world biggest, most popular, most international sport. Instead of watching ten or so countries fight it out for the top prize like in cricket, I can watch dozens, hundreds even.

I dont know where this notion that soccer is boring is coming from. If anyone has actually been to a packed stadium in Europe (or here) and witnessed the gamut of emotions as a winning goal is scored in the 89th minute nothing in any sport can top that.

Soccer is game of tactics, of finding space, of trying to use superior ball skills to beat an opponent, of goal line clearances, of the ball hitting the cross bar, of penalties given then scored/saved. There is a lot more to a sporting event that just points being scored, its about the build up and the anticipation. Its about the frustration when it doesnt work and the elation when it does.

I urge those who bag soccer for being low scoring to get along to a Roar game and experience all that the game is about.

Is it not that in England, cricket is more the domain of the folk who are more likely to play Rugby? (or so I heard, which would be ironic given the Sheffield folk were cricketers who began their brand of to keep fit for cricket, as did the Melbourne folk, both about 150 years ago).

For now though, soccer at each venue is once a fortnight on a weekend. Such that for SFC in Sydney; about 15,000 people every second cheap wholesale Thunder jerseys.

I dont know where this notion that soccer is boring is coming from. If anyone has actually been to a packed stadium in Europe (or here) and witnessed the gamut of emotions as a winning goal is scored in the 89th minute nothing in any sport can top that.

Soccer is game of tactics, of finding space, of trying to use superior ball skills to beat an opponent, of goal line clearances, of the ball hitting the cross bar, of penalties given then scored/saved. There is a lot more to a sporting event that just points being scored, its about the build up and the anticipation. Its about the frustration when it doesnt work and the elation when it does.

I urge those who bag soccer for being low scoring to get along to a Roar game and experience all that the game is about.

Is it not that in England, cricket is more the domain of the folk who are more likely to play Rugby? (or so I heard, which would be ironic given the Sheffield folk were cricketers who began their brand of to keep fit for cricket, as did the Melbourne folk, both about 150 years ago).

For now though, soccer at each venue is once a fortnight on a weekend. Such that for SFC in Sydney; about 15,000 people every second week hardly constitutes a mass market.

Cricket for quite some time has leveraged heavily off it FTA tv coverage. And this, I would suggest, is far from vulnerable at present from Soccer. Given especially that this is the national team as distinct to the HAL regional and single city teams.

Whilst all but the domestic top level of soccer are NOT played during summer, then cricket is only battling tennis and golf and surf lifesaving for participation.

Eventually, soccer needs to put up or shut up by virtue of taking on one of these sports head to head otherwise, the provocative comments by many of the hard line world domination supporters are just a little bit hollow.

its a fair point michael, but the football calendar is governed to an extent buy the club world championship which is mid year, so by having our finals in feb/march we have decided who will contest asian champions league and in turn the winner of that will go into the cwc. i guess looking at that scope its the other codes who need to catch up!

i personally think there is room for all the sports to thrive but the particular opposition of football is simply borne out of fear from those who feel that the world game could eliminate their own. but dont worry, australia IS a sporting nation, and all the sports can co exist just fine. good luck to all! everyone should get on down to lang park on friday night and get behind the roar, you have a good time!

Soccer didn move to summer to other codes. It moved to summer to align itself to the european season, so that it would be better for our national team, and to attract touring european teams. It was a successful move both for the competition and the national team and we are now starting to hear talk of european clubs coming out here in their off season.

But compare Super Rugby with Soccer. In the first year of Super 10 football, the waratahs played at concord oval to 5,000 people now they are taking their biggest games to Telstra. The A league in Sydney has started way in front that, lets see where things are in 10 years.

THe irony is that Sepp has suggested that European Soccer comps might want to move to summer to be a little more (you see, even the sport in the world is looking for ways to improve or re market itself).

At any rate, what many people don realise, is that the strength of soccer is it internationality, the strength of the AFL is the exact opposite. The AFL strength is that it is the most club football competition in the world we (AFL folk) even turned out back on SoO because it just got in the way of the regular club season. And, we get our fix of national breast beating via the Wallabies and Socceroos. That dear freinds is best of both worlds A League really, really suffers when teams are down on avail wholesale cheap Thunder jerseys. Given especially that this is the national team as distinct to the HAL regional and single city teams.

Whilst all but the domestic top level of soccer are NOT played during summer, then cricket is only battling tennis and golf and surf lifesaving for participation.

Eventually, soccer needs to put up or shut up by virtue of taking on one of these sports head to head otherwise, the provocative comments by many of the hard line world domination supporters are just a little bit hollow.

its a fair point michael, but the football calendar is governed to an extent buy the club world championship which is mid year, so by having our finals in feb/march we have decided who will contest asian champions league and in turn the winner of that will go into the cwc. i guess looking at that scope its the other codes who need to catch up!

i personally think there is room for all the sports to thrive but the particular opposition of football is simply borne out of fear from those who feel that the world game could eliminate their own. but dont worry, australia IS a sporting nation, and all the sports can co exist just fine. good luck to all! everyone should get on down to lang park on friday night and get behind the roar, you have a good time!

Soccer didn move to summer to other codes. It moved to summer to align itself to the european season, so that it would be better for our national team, and to attract touring european teams. It was a successful move both for the competition and the national team and we are now starting to hear talk of european clubs coming out here in their off season.

But compare Super Rugby with Soccer. In the first year of Super 10 football, the waratahs played at concord oval to 5,000 people now they are taking their biggest games to Telstra. The A league in Sydney has started way in front that, lets see where things are in 10 years.

THe irony is that Sepp has suggested that European Soccer comps might want to move to summer to be a little more (you see, even the sport in the world is looking for ways to improve or re market itself).

At any rate, what many people don realise, is that the strength of soccer is it internationality, the strength of the AFL is the exact opposite. The AFL strength is that it is the most club football competition in the world we (AFL folk) even turned out back on SoO because it just got in the way of the regular club season. And, we get our fix of national breast beating via the Wallabies and Socceroos. That dear freinds is best of both worlds A League really, really suffers when teams are down on availability (injury, susp, etc) the back ups aren match fit and ready. It be interesting how the coffers cope with the increased costs of the 2nd tier next year. Noticed the quota of apprentice type players (the AFL do it with rookies). That a smart move. It be interesting to see how that goes.

I been going to Lang Park and The Gabba for 25 years, and was at the Test on Friday. While the on field action was top class (Hussey, Clarke, Symonds), I wasn impressed with the overall spectator experience are there any true cricket fans left?

Blokes on the drink first thing in the morning and not even making past session one, people constantly walking past your seat as the bowler was running in to bowl, louts spilling their four beers on the way down the stairs, young drunks staggering out of the ground by 2pm. cheap authentic Thunder jerseys. The A league in Sydney has started way in front that, lets see where things are in 10 years.

THe irony is that Sepp has suggested that European Soccer comps might want to move to summer to be a little more (you see, even the sport in the world is looking for ways to improve or re market itself).

At any rate, what many people don realise, is that the strength of soccer is it internationality, the strength of the AFL is the exact opposite. The AFL strength is that it is the most club football competition in the world we (AFL folk) even turned out back on SoO because it just got in the way of the regular club season. And, we get our fix of national breast beating via the Wallabies and Socceroos. That dear freinds is best of both worlds A League really, really suffers when teams are down on availability (injury, susp, etc) the back ups aren match fit and ready. It be interesting how the coffers cope with the increased costs of the 2nd tier next year. Noticed the quota of apprentice type players (the AFL do it with rookies). That a smart move. It be interesting to see how that goes.

I been going to Lang Park and The Gabba for 25 years, and was at the Test on Friday. While the on field action was top class (Hussey, Clarke, Symonds), I wasn impressed with the overall spectator experience are there any true cricket fans left?

Blokes on the drink first thing in the morning and not even making past session one, people constantly walking past your seat as the bowler was running in to bowl, louts spilling their four beers on the way down the stairs, young drunks staggering out of the ground by 2pm. cheap chinese Thunder jerseys.