Interested to find out what others think. Since Liverpool's tragedy in Hillsborough in '96, English football in particular, changed forever. No more terraces for the working class. All-seater stadiums gave football a soulless atmosphere. High ticket prices..loss of player loyalty where only money reigns during transfer season..similar to how the PBA lost its soul when money and Fil-Ams took over. Some loyal ultras just want the old football back, devoid of corporate opportunists and rich foreigners buying clubs etc. As the world becomes smaller, has modern football killed the passion and the soul that goes along with it or some people just refuse to part with the old culture?