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Old Jan 13th 2008, 5:22 am
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EPL- English Prem League

Do we have any EPL fans here? being from England it was instilled in my from a young age (Even though the team i support Norwich City, are not in it)

I do like watching the EPL, and i can see why people call it the best league in the world.

So any fans around here?
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Old Jan 13th 2008, 11:25 am
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I watch it from time to time. My brother watches it a lot more then me though. It's just hard for me to really get into it when none of my friends pay attention to it, and they don't play around here. I do watch the MLS though. We got half season tickets for them, so I see a lot of games. And I really get into international soccer when World Cup time comes around. I was actually in Germany during the last World Cup. Didn't see any games though unfortunatly. But a few months ago I did get to see US vs. Brazil here in Chicago. US actually played pretty well considering it was Brazil.
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i live in scotland, so i see a whole lot of 'epl' action, indeed it is very awesome (and far superior to scottish football, btw)
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Old Jan 13th 2008, 12:11 pm
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Cant argue with that, i like watching the odd scottish game, usually Celtic v Rangers though.
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yeah, besides old firm games i havent watched regular scottish league for years. still go to the odd dundee game but first division is like standing in the cold and rain watching paint dry

scottish national team becoming legends across europe tho
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I don't reguarly watch the EPL, but it's available to me on Fox Soccer Channel. If I were to watch soccer, I usually focus on the international matches, especially Team USA. I couldn't believe that we essentially was three and out again in Germany. It seems when the Cup is not held in Europe, the U.S. does well (advanced to the second round here in the U.S., quarters in Korea, but 0-3 in Italy, 0-3 in France and 0-2-1 in Germany). Is there a jinx against the Americans in Europe or something?
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Next one is in South Africa so maybe you can make a statement there, and we can see if there is a jinx agaisnt the US on European soil.

I have to say that i can only just watch the Old Firm games let alone division 1 games Dundee.
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cubbies10: oh, youre quite right, i actively counsel people NOT to watch scottish league football. it sucks. hard.

van: european teams travel very poorly so non-euro teams such as yourselves have a much better chance of progression outside of Europe. so its not you, its us.
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I have given up any hope of seeing England win a major International trophy in my lifetime, even with great players they are rubbish, i have always said that England is one of the most boring teams to watch. I would actually rather watch the Scottish team, at least they have passion.
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Just thought would try and get this going again, this season is turning out to be pretty exciting. United and Arsenal keep swapping the lead, Chelsea keep threatening to get involved and then drop points. Newcastle are flirting with relegation which would be hilarious if it happened. Spurs continue to be the most streaky team i have ever seen, and Derby just continue to embarrass themselves in the process of getting relegated.
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