Lots of LA Galaxy fans, I guess.
1. Andy Murray
In 2012, Murray became the first British person to appear in a Wimbledon final since 1938. He lost, rather soundly, but at least he made it to a championship. That's really good for a British athlete.
2. David Beckham
Beckham is one of the most famous athletes in the world. He is also considered by many to be one of the most overrated soccer players in the world. However, he did prove some doubters wrong in 2011 with the Los Angeles Galaxy by winning an MLS title no less than the 14th or 15th most prestigious professional soccer league championship in the whole world.
3. Lennox Lewis
Lewis won a gold medal in boxing and was the WBC heavyweight champion. He identified more as Canadian, but the British will take what they can get.
Picture Most Soccer Sign Ever
I don't have to respect Cristiano Ronaldo if I don't want to.
I wonder what laughter sounds like in European.
News England Quits Sports
"It was a bit of a surprise, but also not unexpected," said Tim Henman, a retired English tennis player. "We gave it our best shot, but we're simply not good at sport. It would be foolish and a waste of time and resources to keep trying to succeed in athletics."
The Cameron-Queen Elizabeth II statement said that England will uphold its commitment to host this year's Wimbledon tournament as well as the Summer Olympics in July and August.
"We carry through on our promises," it read. "However, we want to make a new promise: no English athlete will compete in Wimbledon or the Olympics or in football or cricket or golf or any sport ever again. Because we wish to put an end to the heartbreak and humiliation that sport brings to English people. That is our promise to you."
That proves it: aliens are fans of Italian soccer.
Annnnnnnnnd you can never make another joke about soccer players not being tough.
It's MMA with a ball!