In analyzing the what-ifs in not challenging Juventus for Serie A, as Simone Inzaghi states, you can never be truly disappointed if you didn't believe something was possible in the first place.
The regret for Leicester City must be in knowing how close they came to cracking the top four, and considering the economics of this summer, how far away a Champions League place now seems.
In studying the signature ways in which world class players create goals out of nothing, Karim Benzema is a combination of unhurried touches and balletic elegance.
It's unclear what this particular title is going to mean. It is certainly something, upon which we will probably never totally agree.
Wouldn't we rather blame important losses on referee bias? Which side a supporter empathizes with becomes a footballing Rorschach test of how the world works, whether the smaller club always falling short, or the champion pulling every string to victory.