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Why is there so much h4te in UK Sport

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
for example, people are h4ting on Andrew Murray wanting him to lose in the final.

People h4te on Lewis Hamilton when he comes 2nd.

People h4te on Wayne Rooney for not scoring enough goals for Man U/England

People h4te on Amir Kahn when he lost his last fight.

I got this topic from a radio show I was listening today, he said "Britain is a national that loves to hate" (I think he meant it sport wise)
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
by h4te i mean Hate.

to counter act what i said:
alot of people cheered the guys in the Olympics, weird!
#2
But Hamilton came first, then first turn to third. miraculously
#3
saayinla
But Hamilton came first, then first turn to third. miraculously

I dont mean this one time, all the time. Alot of people want Murray to lose the final, why??? I want him to win :|
#4
c0s 7hey c4n 1f 7hey w4n7
#5
Hamilton and Murray developed a weird, pointless and fairly disgusting American accent as soon as they became successful.

Pair of c-cks
#6
I think everyone is comparing these people to overpaid footballers - that they get the same A-list publicity and pay and bad behaviour.
The people at the Olympics is being compared to the boys at Afghanistan - hardworking, and low-paid
#7
Britain is a national that loves to hate


Yo bg1 nice debate youve raised here. Should be intresting. Thanks for this topic.
#8
I agree with BG1.

There is far too much playa hating going on right now.
#9
Oh and another possible reason is that when we complain, it might fuel them up to be better next time :D
#10
ive always h4ted Wayne Rooney and Amir Kahn
#11
i think the majorty support hamilton and murray, well i do, and i dont think most people hate khan just dissapointed that he lost, i think theres alot of confusion between hate and dissapointment, what i dont get is people who hate britain. british sport all together and live and were born in this country thats stupid
#12
bigbob909
ive always h4ted Wayne Rooney and Amir Kahn

I wont lie to you, I used to dislike people like Khan and Murray, for no valid reasons what so ever. Now I think about it, Why do I h4te them? okay Khans is a bit cocky, but he can be, hes a good boxer. (even though he lost his last fight, he still have talent)

I think some the comment above proves that some people love to h4te!:-D
1 Like #13
I watched the Khan match on youtube, and he was no where near as fast as his opponent. One hit and it was obvious it was game over for him.
Tbh, the loss might be good for him - I have a feeling he was getting too c-cky for his own good (when he fights, not the way he talks). Im sure it will force him to be more cautious the next time he swings a punch.

As for Murray, he is being compared to the scots in general - very stereotypical imo.
#14
I don't hate any of the people mentioned, but they do annoy & wind me up - with their arrogant, boring manner ! Wouldn't mind them being arrogant if they were as good as they think they are !
#15
Jealousy?
#16
owlass;2924992
c0s 7hey c4n 1f 7hey w4n7

most sensible comment of the topic.

It's their business who they dislike, not yours BG1.
#17
MarzBarz
Yo bg1 nice debate youve raised here. Should be intresting. Thanks for this topic.

I always raise new debates:thumbsup:
The JFK
I agree with BG1.

There is far too much playa hating going on right now.

:thumbsup:
#18
t0mm
most sensible comment of the topic.

It's their business who they dislike, not yours BG1.

someone needs to learn how to debate

@ Kungfu, yeah good point, I used to dislike some people, because there were the same age as me, but better at certain things (celebs not people I know in real life), then again im a competitive person, I have to be the best.
#19
owlass:
c0s 7hey c4n 1f 7hey w4n7

if that basis is true, then the fact that people hate these people is because they are overestimating these people. They think because Khan has a killing spree, he is invincible. When Hamilton goes first, they think he can do it again a billion times after. Same with Rooney, with the exception of Murray, due to reasons explained.

Hmm the more I think about it, people might have cheered the Olympians partly because they have underestimated them (their behaviour/attitude is a huge plus from me), thinking that the Russians/Chinese/Americans will own them in every game, but they made a pretty decent result.
banned#20
I love everybody...except the mother-in-law he he he he
banned#21
[QUOTE=black gerbil1]someone needs to learn how to debate

I like to mass debate sometimes:oops:
#22
black gerbil1
someone needs to learn how to debate


Debating usually involves taking the opposite view to the other person. Seems you only like those who agree with you. That's sycophancy not debate. In my view, that makes t0mm a better debater than you. :whistling:
#23
The UK has always been known as the nation that loves to hate, so it's nothing new but I like most sportsman that try to represent the country.

Khan is quite cocky but he's on the way to earning the right, as he has a lot of the right tools, even though he's currently lacking a couple crucial ones, they should hopefully start to come along with experience.

We should back our sports stars, as they're the ones that we try to aspire to, would we prefer to complain that we don't have any superstars and just watch other nations in awe?
#24
if that basis is true, then the fact that people hate these people is because they are overestimating these people.


Thats a good point. They think since they at a professional level its gona be easy. Even with khan he was in the hardest weight division. Same with rooney the premiership is the hardest division.
#25
I don't think people want Murray to lose, they're just being realistic and know he's going get a truncheoning from Federer.
#26
good points from FRM and Artonox.
leefal
I don't think people want Murray to lose, they're just being realistic and know he's going get a truncheoning from Federer.

I dont think thats the case, if he beat Nadal, he has every chance of beating fed.
#27
Another few possibilities -
1) they are saying it, but deep down in their heart, they are begging for mercy that Murray wins...
2) affected by everyone (the network effect). Just cos the media says it, everyone probably goes along this propaganda that Rooney is what-not. Everyone says so, so says everyone.
3) unlikely, but people who watch sport sometimes like to wager. So stirring things up that Murray will lose might change the odds, then a wager on Murray to win can score them bigger than before

Edit: just realised that all of them are directed at Murray
1 Like #28
to be fair, this also happens outside of sport. see all those actors/actresses who go to hollywood (bigger money, bigger audience) and some of them are actually very good at what they do and well-respected. the minute they went to make some hollywood films (admittedly some were not good films but a film is made out of many factors including the factors that go wrong) ... they get serious flak for moving to a bigger stage, and sometimes i dont think that's really fair. there should be due respect for being great at what they do. i think it's a combi of people here not liking anyone who from the same country who blows their own trumpet, and the personality of the celebrity. this can also mean the difference between a champion and an obnoxious harse. only time can tell if it's the former.

andrew murray - i would have been happy to support him ... but he kissed his muscles eeeek what a turn off!!! sure he needed to build his strength and he did succeed, well done ... but that was weird behaviour.

amir khan - he needed it so he doesnt get too cocky. i know it's all adrenalin but that episode is something that should make him stronger and be more alert rather than making it all a friggin show. he was so totally out of it in that match.
#29
black gerbil1
good points from FRM and Artonox.

I dont think thats the case, if he beat Nadal, he has every chance of beating fed.


You have to take into account they're playing on hardcourt and Federer has quite an impressive record on the hardcourt compared to Nadal.
#30
oh yes, and i love federer's tennis ... also rocket ronnie's snooker. both such natural players. think hamilton is similar but he needs to grow a bit more. they're all so focused!
[mod]#31
It is, in my opinion, mostly fuelled by the media. We are brainwashed into using their philosophy on what sells their papers.
If the papers felt sorry for sportstars when they fail then I am sure we would also do the same.
We are a nation of moaners and those with expectations usually beyond rational possibility or chance.
Saying that, I also agree that we do well and at times punch above our weight...at darts...
#32
Artonox
Another few possibilities -
1) they are saying it, but deep down in their heart, they are begging for mercy that Murray wins...
2) affected by everyone (the network effect). Just cos the media says it, everyone probably goes along this propaganda that Rooney is what-not. Everyone says so, so says everyone.
3) unlikely, but people who watch sport sometimes like to wager. So stirring things up that Murray will lose might change the odds, then a wager on Murray to win can score them bigger than before

Edit: just realised that all of them are directed at Murray


I like the 2,3 ideas. I dont think its no.1 though.

oh well, this thread reminds me of that Limp Bizkit song from Mission impossible
banned#33
black gerbil1


I dont think thats the case, if he beat Nadal, he has every chance of beating fed.


LOL

Fed wins in 1h 50 minutes by 3 straight sets. A match Murray was never in.

Hope your stocks and shares predictions are a bit better!!!!!
#34
^ lol @ u deleting your post them pasting it again.

your better then that guv :)
banned#35
black gerbil1
^ lol @ u deleting your post them pasting it again.

your better then that guv :)


You ignored it when it was 2-0 - and it was updated.

Now, about those predictions!
#36
guv
You ignored it when it was 2-0 - and it was updated.

Now, about those predictions!

lol pretty low doing that since you don't even know me, trying to 1up me. but LOL :)

I said he had a chance of winning
banned#37
black gerbil1
lol pretty low doing that since you don't even know me, trying to 1up me.


It wasn't too difficult to succeed.
#38
guv
It wasn't too difficult to succeed.

lol.
#39
Artonox
I think everyone is comparing these people to overpaid footballers - that they get the same A-list publicity and pay and bad behaviour.
The people at the Olympics is being compared to the boys at Afghanistan - hardworking, and low-paid


correct
#40
u h8 m8 2 b gr8

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