Red dress, synonymous with success
It is certainly curious what is happening this season 2013-14. If we analyze the classification of the major European leagues we see a strange curiosity: most leaders wear red. Germany, Spain, England, France and even Greece have succumbed to the power of that color, more fashionable than ever.
In Germany, the traditional red of Bayern Munich has won the Bundesliga more quickly than ever and aims to seek their second consecutive Champions. In England, el Liverpool, twenty-four years later to win his first Premier League (He never won under this name) against the blue colors of Chelsea or Manchester City.
What to say about what happens in Spain. Atletico Madrid, champion 1996, seeks to rejuvenate old laurels with its classic red and white elastic so fashionable it seems to be. Not entirely red, but with some paper is the dress of PSG, almost certainly the champion of Ligue 1 French.
It goes beyond. In Portugal, Benfica is one step away from winning the Portuguese league beating Porto and Sporting his neighbor. It does so how could it be otherwise red. Something that can also boast Olympiakos, winner of the Greek league, with white and red by flag. Colors that looks interestingly Ajax, another future champion in a few dates.
It seems the only league that escapes this “red madness” It is the Serie A, but beware. Juventus is only five points ahead of Roma, that as, also wears red, colors in another hue that also saw the champion team in the world and Europe, the “day”.
Coincidence or not? It would be useless to answer that question for lack of reliable arguments that could give weight to the best answer possible. If it is true that red shirt abounds in many clubs in a significant percentage. Hence this red fever, It is a world, Coincidence or not?