Are you enjoying the women's World Cup?

Enjoying it?

  • Enjoyable

    Votes: 119 26.8%
  • Mince

    Votes: 325 73.2%

  • Total voters
    444

Bishbear

Active Member
#12
Have watch parts of but not all of the games so far. What stick out is the top teams are miles ahead of the rest. Despite the scoreline, England were much better than the Scots girls. Too much just booting the ball out of play or upfield for it to come straight back at you. Japan surprisingly much better than Argentina. Skill levels are good, but heading and tackling seem to be a weakness throughout.
 

Klos the Boss

Well-Known Member
#14
Watched a couple of games cos fk all else on, the standard is very very poor.

I used to always say birds football is shit without having seen them play, but by fk I should trust my instincts, its shit.
 

Barryhopez

Well-Known Member
#15
Watched some of the Scotland match and kept an eye on the Argentinia one. Will likely watch the other Scotland games if I can with an interest but doubt I'll tune into any others unless it's a crunch game or the likes...
 

denmad

Active Member
#16
all the hype put me off,before it even kicked off bbc and sky were making out the whole country was at fever pitch excitement,final straw was krankie showing up for selfies, politicising it, wont be watching.
 

Tommyhlrsc

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#18
Three irons on my chest the England World Cup song?

After the game finished on Sunday a wee Blondie who came on in an England tracky looked just swell.
 

Bigbluebear

Well-Known Member
#34
If it was played on a smaller pitch, with smaller goals, for less time it might be entertaining. As it is, it's slow, ponderous, boring and the goalkeeping is woeful.
 
#36
Theres no passion in it. Watched the England Scotland game the other night and it was just applause at goals. No roaring and screaming, no jumping about. Same in the game play, lacks the physical edge that gives the mens game another dimension ontop of the technical ability on show.
 

top_cat

Well-Known Member
#38
I love watching the women compete in athletics, track and field, long distance running etc. However, football, rugby, I just can't get in to. It feels a bit shite and forced.
 

Vibeman

Active Member
#44
Gags like this and the iron one are a bit cringe imo, it’s for the Carry On film enthusiasts. No offence. I watched The England Scotland game and thought they’d be better off on a 3/4 pitch. They were pretty good technically but something was missing from making it a spectacle I’d want to watch without a vested interest. Like a less competitive Dunfermline v Dundee
 

tsa57

Active Member
#46
Watched a few of the games and enjoyed them. It is not overly physical like a guys game and not as fast paced but it's better than watching Scotland mens team play. :) And that Brazilian lass scored a peach of a header that Derek Johnstone would have been proud of.
 

Wugs

Well-Known Member
#47
Gags like this and the iron one are a bit cringe imo, it’s for the Carry On film enthusiasts. No offence. I watched The England Scotland game and thought they’d be better off on a 3/4 pitch. They were pretty good technically but something was missing from making it a spectacle I’d want to watch without a vested interest. Like a less competitive Dunfermline v Dundee
I love The Carry On Films , I have every one on DVD , however that's got nothing to do with my opinion that women's football is shite :p
 

Grigo Yossarian

Well-Known Member
#49
Watched a few of the games and enjoyed them. It is not overly physical like a guys game and not as fast paced but it's better than watching Scotland mens team play. :) And that Brazilian lass scored a peach of a header that Derek Johnstone would have been proud of.
Outstanding header mate ;)
 
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