I shall try to define myself in a sentence with a pithy comment at the end:
I'm just an English bloke who lives in Canada after marrying a Canadian lady he met while living in Japan. Yeah, that old cliché.
Levante has the smallest budget in the First Division — and by some way. Its budget stands at €22M ($30.6M); Barcelona’s is €461M ($641M). Each year, it makes around 2 percent of what Madrid and Barcelona make — and then it loses it again, paying off its creditors. Last season coach Luis García admitted that he did not use the computer program that measures players’ every move because “every time I put it on, it costs €3,000 — and we haven’t got €3,000.”
An excellent article about the Spanish football team Levante, who currently top the Spanish league after eight games (usurping Barcelona and Real Madrid), despite being a team of unwanted cast-offs which has literally never won anything in its entire history.