They say you never forget your first love, and mine was Crusaders FC. I’m still so in love with the Crues and I will be forever true, but living in Hanoi, almost 10,000km from Belfast, makes following my semi-professional team a little difficult. The Pho Hien FC faithful. That’s because the Irish League isn’t regularly on Fox Sports, VTV, or any other TV channel known to man. There are the occasional matches on Sky, cup finals on BBC, and some streams when the Crues qualify for Europe, but for the most part I have to make do with radio broadcasts, Twitter updates, and highlights. But honestly? I wouldn’t have it any other way. While it would be great to watch my team play every weekend, there’s something beautiful and pure about having to actually be at the ground to feel the highs and lows of being a fan with your fellow tribe, instead of having your weekly footie fix served up on “Super Sunday”, like it was an “Eastenders” omnibus. I went in search last weekend of a taste of the rawer, unrefined football high I’ve been missing here in Vietnam and found it, but not where you may expect. Bitter… Read full this story
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