The sport of football is in crisis.
The best and the worst of the best have been handed the keys to a Mercedes AMG GT3 for the past six seasons.
It’s a machine that is now on the brink of extinction.
It’s been an unmitigated disaster.
In 2016, Ferrari was forced to replace its current P4 V12 with a brand new V8.
McLaren was forced into a serious gear and was forced out of the sport altogether.
The likes of Force India and Sauber had to ditch their turbocharged engines.
In the same year, the most expensive sports car in the world, the Lamborghini Aventador, had to be replaced with the brand new supercar, the Maserati Gallardo, a car that was already more expensive than the Lambo.
The list goes on.
There have been countless incidents of cars breaking down, or of drivers who have been injured.
But in the last three seasons, there has been a fundamental shift in the way football is played.
For decades, football was the sole sport in the country.
It was the only way to get around.
And when the sport was left behind, it was left to languish.
The last time that the sport suffered as much as it has in the past decade was during the 2008-09 season, when a spate of injuries forced the cancellation of many European Champions League games.
And while it is no secret that football was never the sport it once was, it is a shame to see the sport’s popularity plummet so quickly.
The footballing world has been left with two choices: either get back on the horse and get back to the game we love, or go back to an age when the game was more about the sport than it was about winning, winning and winning.
For now, the sport is going back to its roots.
It is the ultimate sport, where you can find someone who knows how to drive a Lamborghino, someone who can drive a Ferrari, someone with a Bentley, someone like that.
But if we want to take football back to what it was before the crash, we have to get the game back to where it used to be.
The sport has had enough of being sidelined and has been forced into retirement.
It has been reduced to being a way to go to the movies, to the races, to visit the beaches.
Football is about passion and passion alone.
There is no need to take it seriously.
There has been an absolute shift in footballing mentality.
We’ve seen teams who were once considered to be the cream of the crop get relegated, like Real Madrid and Juventus.
The old guard, the ones who used to dominate the Premier League, have been replaced by younger teams who can’t seem to break through and have had to compete with the best teams in the World.
There has been little or no respect for the players.
And it is not only footballers who have had this shift in mentality.
A footballing historian called it “the most significant change in the history of the game.”
In the mid-1990s, the World Cup was held in a country that was one of the richest in the European Union.
The country was rich, and the teams that had won the tournament in the previous five years were among the richest.
That meant that there was a huge gap between the richer clubs and the poorer ones.
The result was that footballers from poorer countries, like Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, would often struggle to break into the best squads.
The same was true of the World Cups that were held in countries that were poor.
So what was the problem?
The answer was simple: footballers were getting more and more desperate.
They wanted to be seen as more than just an athlete, as a winner, as the best.
And if they were seen as the most talented and most skilled, then they were more likely to get a better salary.
This meant that teams with poor finances were forced to play more games and less well.
So when teams are forced to use more expensive cars and spend more on salaries, it puts them at a disadvantage.
And the result?
Players are forced into becoming the best players they can be.
As they grow, they lose the ability to be more than a good footballer.
They lose the strength to play at the top of their game.
They become more reliant on the team around them to provide support, or the ability of the manager to tell them what to do.
When they are left behind in the hunt, they have no one to blame but themselves.
It is not just that football is not being played as it should be.
Footballers are also not being treated fairly in the sport.
The money spent on salaries is being spent on players that are not even being used as they should be, on players who are simply not playing their best.
They are not being given the same opportunities as the other superstars in the game