Last edited by Gibbs Hog Heaven; April-30th-2012 at 03:26 PM.
I can't believe how easy that was for City. No urgency, no quality, no nothing from Utd.
Not to rub it in Richmond, but if City now see this through this is the biggest single Premiership collapse for me that rivals anything Newcastle did. Honestly had Utd as champions back in February. A few weeks back when City lost at Arsenal and it was 7 points I officially called it. Still can't believe that's looking so wrong now.
embarrassing. No heart and no adjustments. Embarrassing.
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Last edited by RichmondRedskin88; April-30th-2012 at 03:59 PM.
Americans distraught over ESPN airing soccer
Worst part about soccer on espn. Can't understand a damn word the announcers are saying lolNo, ESPN it's soccer not football. Football is played by men. #stupideuropeansWhat is this country coming to... I'm watching soccer on ESPN and a 100% Spanish AT&T commercial comes on. Don't you know we speak American!The notion of Americans being frustrated because they can't watch footbawl analysis shows in the off-season is hilarious.Look at @espn acting like it likes Soccer. You would think that Tebow was playing for Manchester United.
Just ignorant trash. Makes me sick.
Last edited by ixcuincle; May-1st-2012 at 05:34 AM.
Despite angry Americans taking to twitter and complaining about their inability to watch the 100th rerun of Sportscenter or another offseason episode of NFL Live, ESPN's coverage of the Manchester Derby garnered record ratings.
Manchester City's 1-0 win over Manchester United on Monday drew 1,033,000 viewers on ESPN, the largest U.S. audience for a Premier League match on cable. The previous high was 610,000 for Arsenal's win over Chelsea on ESPN2 on Dec. 27, 2010.
....a Monday afternoon soccer match gets over 1 million viewers.
Lotta people are going to have to get used to it, because that is a HUGE number.
awesome. I hope they start showing more EPL and La Liga games on ESPN.
DC United (#2 in the East) plays tonight vs San Jose (#1 in the West). Kick off is 10:30pm EST. I'll be up watching!
I often trash ESPN and their lack of journalistic integrity, but props to ESPN for their EPL coverage. Ian Darke is basically one of the best reasons to watch ESPN.
More EPL for ESPN is a good thing.
Good. I'm glad the EPL is getting more exposure. Too bad I missed the Derby on Monday.
Another noteworthy game tonight takes place in the North West of England when Bolton play 'Spurs. Noteworthy as Bolton's Fabrice Muamba will be making his first public appearance at the game since the 23 year old collapsed on the pitch and his heart stopped beating for 78 minutes 6 weeks ago in the game in north London between the same two sides.
Remarkable recovery to see him now in a great feel good story.
I want to start seeing more of Borussia Dortmund. I saw them once against Arsenal and they looked good. Fast/fit/skillful counterattacking football, er, soccer.
yeah, they're insane! Plus they don't have that evil empire vibe. One of their stars, Götze, lives at home with his parents.
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