The Football Gods have had a lot to say about my article on football, so I’d like to put their words into a little context.
I’m an Australian who has written a couple of football columns for the Adelaide Advertiser, including one about the Football gods and the game of football.
I’ve been told by the Football God to stop blogging, because I’m just not good enough at the game.
That’s not the truth.
It’s true that my football columns have had some criticism.
But I’ve also had some positive feedback.
That makes me a good example for the football gods.
A lot of people are looking for someone who can make the big shots and take the big names.
And you can make a lot of money doing it.
But I’ve always said that you have to be a humble person.
You have to make a few mistakes.
And you have a great chance of getting a job as a sports journalist if you do that.
And that’s why I love to be honest.
If you don’t, you’ll never make it as a professional journalist.
I’ve never had a bad day.
The Football Gods, they’ve told me.
Stop being a dick.
They’ve told us to stop trying to do the best we can.
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