No Love For the Whistlemen

Boskovic, talking to Jonathan Wilson for SI...
...the nearest he got to a complaint about skill being drowned out by physicality [in football in general--ed.] is an eye-rolling riff on officials in MLS during which he repeatedly pushed me to show exactly how much force is required (apparently far more than in Europe) before a U.S. referee will deem contact a foul.
What, no love for the inconsistency, the inability to use cards to manage a game, the mocking little "shut up and go away" smiles, the deer-in-headlights reaction to big matches, the...?


1 comment:

  1. I've always assumed MLS refs were trying to add an element of excitement to the games. Maybe even intrigue - it works well for Italy, right?