I spent 15 minutes thinking about whether I should actually write this piece. When everyone comes to the Escort England blog, they usually come for a laugh at crazy sex stories from the world. If they are not here for that, then there is the sex advice or the escort tips. This is a place of for escapism, so we don’t really deal with important issues here. However, the stories coming out regarding the sexual abuse of footballers by their coaches when they were young really can’t be allowed to pass without comment.
There are two big things that people will often talk about: football and sex. When a football match is on, you can’t hold a conversation. All you can do is watch and see what happens. However, people are also really keen to talk the dirty details of sex. They want all of the exciting and juicy gossip… but in football versus sex, which is more exciting?
On 2nd March 2016, the social media networks in England have been filled with the news about Adam Johnson, a former player for the Sunderland AFC, being found guilty on one account of sexual activity with a 15 year-old girl. ‘Judge Jonathan Rose at Bradford Crown Court has warned Adam Johnson that it would be very likely for him to face jail time, as well as saying that the player should ‘say goodbye to his daughter.
Throughout the chronicles of history there has been bribery in one form or another – from a well-endowed goat, gifted to the local aristocracy, to a small bag of gold tightly bound by a ribbon. Our society, however, is far more progressive. We’re gone past these unnecessary gifts of materialism to the good-old fashioned offering of actual flesh and blood.
It really is the biggest debate in sport today. The question as to whether convicted rapist and talented footballer Ched Evans should be allowed to continue his career after being released from prison this month after a two year stretch has made it’s way off the back pages on to the front page of newspapers.
I for one am really looking forward to the World Cup. I adore football, and for me, the tournament really is the best thing on earth. The greatest players on the planet get together in what truly is a festival of the beautiful game.
It has been confirmed that Dutchman Louis Van Gaal will take over as the new Manchester united manager. The Dutchman will replace previous top man David Moyes, straight after he has taken charge of the Dutch squad at this years World Cup in Brazil.