then you still have a lot to learn.
Yes, once again I’m referring to possession.
Everyone has their preferences; which are usually formed from experiences, education, and culture. And that’s fine.
For instance, some pieces of art may be great, but I might think: “wtf is this … next.” And it’s likely because I haven’t immersed myself in its study or practice.
Similarly with possession soccer, when someone says “it’s boring”, it indicates a deficiency in understanding and sophistication. A lack of having played the game with that style – a possession style – could easily lead to this opinion. 
Because it’s difficult to appreciate how fantastic it feels to execute that 3 yard pass with true class and calmness while under pressure, no pressure, winning, losing, or the infinite other circumstances. It’s a display of mastery at the deepest of levels – a sense of control not only of the ball, but of your opponent both individually and collectively. Each pass like a drop in Chinese water torture, with every successive one compounding your rival’s agony. It’s an incredible feeling!
As a spectator, one gets enormous pleasure when such apparently simple things are showcased. If not, you likely haven’t “lived it”. I don’t even know if giving enough thought or study to the philosophy and its corresponding efficacy, instead of living it in some capacity, is sufficient to fully appreciate the spectacle.
Then again, I choose to be optimistic. Otherwise, what is the point of this blog if people can’t be shown the light?
 In essence, one can replace this whole post with just “soccer” instead of the more specific “possession soccer”, and apply it to those people who have had little to no involvement with the sport.