3 FOOTBALL SOCCER MYTHS…
Football soccer (futbol) the number one sport in the world , the only piece of equipment you need to play it is a soccer ball although you don’t even really need that, kids poor areas will play with anything resembling a ball, in some countries, football is not just a game, like in Brazil or Argentina, football is way more than just a game, it's like a culture or heritage for them, these are some reasons because over football FUT 16 Coins there are some things that are real and some others are just myths.
Myths vs reality:
Myth 1: “THE PROFESSIONAL SOCCERBALLS ARE INFLATED WITH HELIUM”
-“Because the HELIUM will give the ball soft touch”- this is untrue, all professional balls used during Cheap FIFA Coins official FIFA Matchs will need to reach the “FIFA APPROVED” test which stablish seven rules for a Match ball:
4.- Loss air pressure
5.- Water absortion
7.- Shape and size retention.
Ball air retention
Each one of these rules must be approved in order for a ball can be used in official tournaments of FIFA, and always the ball will be inflated just with AIR.
Myth 2: “PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS WEAR SPECIALS MATERIALS IN THEIR UNIFORMS”
-Many times I’ve heard “this jersey was used in a game, is different than the one I could buy (of this professional team) in a sporting good store”, and some guys take advantage of this selling these jerseys in more than two times its real price, it is just a myth because leader brands build their products for professional soccer teams with advanced fabrics and new technology in structure (non stitching, light materials, etc) but in all cases the only difference between jerseys used for professionals and regular store-buy jerseys is a label in the neck that says “TEAM”, so, do not buy a “matchworn” jersey for more than the price of a regular jersey.
Myth 3: “TOP PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS ARE CONCERNED MORE ABOUT THE MONEY THAN BY THE GAME”.
That can be certain for a small proportion of players, perhaps a 10 percent. But the affected ones by that problem are generally players of low level, not the best ones. The top players already are financially assured. The List of Rich of the Sunday Times (uk news) esteems that their net patrimony can be as high as 125 million pounds for a player like Beckham, Wayne Rooney star of Manchester United, has £ 35 million.
To have more money is not going to change its lives, and they know that if they were put to think about the money, they quickly would disappear of the game. However, these athletes have a goal in mind: to gain and to reach the type of respect that is obtained from the skills they have to reach the victory. At certain level, the money is a secondary preoccupation.