What a fantastic article.
I really enjoy the simplicity of it.
It makes me feel like I’m doing something good, rather than just a statistic.
In this way it makes me think: what is good about footballers?
How do they do what they do?
What are the benefits?
Is there anything I can do to help them?
So, in short, I’d like to encourage footballers to think like this and take a step back.
A footballer, who has the right mindset and a good work ethic, will have a much better chance of making a contribution to the industrial chemical industry.
That is why I have been campaigning for a 10-year ban on industrial chemical sales and industrial chemical use.
That means players, managers and coaches will have to buy only the industrial chemicals they need.
It will mean they are not buying products that have been used in industrial chemical factories.
There are also many other things that will make a difference.
For example, there will be a huge increase in the amount of workers who can do the jobs they do, and this will make them more productive.
Footballers, of course, need to be disciplined, but we also need to teach them that they have a responsibility to the game, to their employers and to society at large.