Essay:Soccer and socialism

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The nature and rules of soccer very much resemble socialism in many ways:[1][2]

  • Soccer is very bureaucratic.
  • Even the World Cup encourages "achievement" by holding a third-place game for the two losers in the semifinals.
  • Union strikes, even during the playing season, are a major issue with soccer.
  • Participants are known to behave dishonestly and illegally and act against the interests of their team in order to gain financially themselves.[3]