BleedBlue&Gold, you don't decide when your wife gives birth. You have to take it when it comes. However, you do decide when you get married. And doing it on one of those 18 days during which you have to work shows really poor comittment to your team. Football is a team sport. If you are a starter, your absence could penalize 41 teammates and hundred of thousands of fans.
Sportsmen, I have absolutely no idea how you can establish a link between the date of Brightfull's marriage and the possibility to have an orgy with cheerleaders, but I still like the mental image it produced.
As for your first question, yes I have been in love. I still am. We've been together for five years by now. But we are still not married and it changes in no way our feelings for one another. I can understand that it might be important for Brightful to be married. But the Als will play on a Saturday four times in the year. What's so tough about picking any of the remaining 48?
FootballYouBet, see it otherwise. Brightful is a rookie. He can leave this league as fast as he got here. Shouldn't his wife let him the chance to prove his value while he can (Sanchez is still injured) so he can keep being a football if that's what he wants to do in life.
Beside, I don't think you get married to prove something. You get married because you believe in it.