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Pardew Blasts Media On Over-Reaction And Fantasy

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Alan Pardew has been interviewed in the press, and he has talked about the media, and what he calls thro knee-jerk reactions to events, and an example of this is that after two successive defeats Joe Mourinho's job is now reported to be on the line at Chelsea. Jose Mourinho job on the line? [...]

America Getting Very Serious About Premier League

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There was a press conference last Tuesday in New City at 30 Rockefeller Center (30 Rock), where NBC Sports unveiled their Premier League plans for next season. Richard Scudamore as good as it gets They beat out ESPN (part of ABC which is part of the Disney Empire) for the right to broadcast [...]

ESPN To Televise Magpies First Two Premier League Games

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Here is a press release we have just received from ESPN, which details their initial coverage of the English Premier League, with Newcastle featuring twice in the first two weeks of the season, Â against Tottenham at home and Chelsea away. Here is the ESPN press release in full, and they have details of their games [.

Soccer/MLS continues steady popularity climb in the US

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I don't have to tell you how far the MLS has come in its short existence (relative to most other soccer league around the world, age-wise). In just 16 years, the sport of soccer itself along with MLS has really taken off. Popularity is growing. Quality of play has vastly increased from the early days.

Zinedine Zindane for France (vs Brazil), 12 July 1998

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I spent much of the Christmas period in France, and I was delighted to see that there is plenty of TV coverage of the English Premier League. Not only was I able to watch more a less the full round of fixtures on Boxing Day, but also the rescheduled Arsenal v Wolves game the following day. Coverage was pretty good too.

Will Suarez-Evra verdict help fight discrimination?

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Will Suarez-Evra verdict help fight discrimination?

THE FA announced on Friday evening there was still no decision on the Suarez-Evra case, that it would be tomorrow at the earliest before the outcome would be made public and that Liverpool would have to go into a tenth competitive game with the allegations hanging over them and still no resolution.

What Premier League Essentials Can’t You Live Without?

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Outside of the TV coverage of the actual matches themselves, what are the things that you can't live without when it comes to following the Premier League? For example, what TV shows, radio shows, websites, phone apps, plug-ins, or anything ...

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Newcastle Play In The Most Popular Sports League On The Planet

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The league that Newcastle play in,  and are currently 4th from the top in,  is the most popular sports league in the world. The report on the Premier League was commissioned by the Sport+Markt group in Germany, and the report has revealed some profound statistics about the English Premier League.

Premier League Watched By 4.7BILLION TV Viewers Last Season

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There is no doubt that the Premier League is the most popular league in the world as the latest research estimates that the Premier League matches attracted a staggering 4.7BILLION TV viewers last season.

Figures released by the Sport+Markt group in Germany show the tremendous appeal of the Premier League around the world.

Can Liverpool Lead Celtic and Rangers To TV Riches?

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Football's television money will forever turn heads.

The Guardian reports that:

"The deal that shares television's billions equally between Premier League clubs is facing its biggest threat to date after Liverpool announced they would lead a challenge for overseas TV rights to be sold on a club-by-club basis.

Premier League Watched By 4.7BILLION TV Viewers Last Season

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There is no doubt that the Premier League is the most popular league in the world as the latest research estimates that the Premier League matches attracted a staggering 4.7BILLION TV viewers last season.

Figures released by the Sport+Markt group in Germany show the tremendous appeal of the Premier League around the world.

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Full highlights of Shinji Kagawa sitting on the bench (Yokohama 3-2 Manchester United)

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It's not unusual for a YouTube user to make a six-minute video of a player's individual highlights from the TV coverage of a match. It is a bit more unusual to be able to do that with footage of said player sitting on the bench. But that's exactly what someone has done with the array [...]

Saturday round-up

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It was poker night last night down at Mugsmasher's place. I lost everything in one hand some time around 2.30am to a bearded cardshark. Which probably wasn't a bad thing considering I'm now of an age where I take a Vampiric approach to nighttime I'm ok once it's dark but I'm fucked if I'm going to let daylight hit me.

Coming to Loftus Road May 20: "20-20 Football Elite Legends Cup" - QPR, Chelsea, Arsenal & Manchester United

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- Coming to Loftus Road: May 20

- QPR REPORT MESSAGEBOARD - Visit the cutting-edge, football-only, QPR Report messageboard (and see items you won't usually read elsewhere
- Visit the truly-fascinating Bushman QPR Photo Archives

Sounds Absolutely Brilliant!

Liverpool drawn at home to the Mancs in 4th Round

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Anfield Rd: Liverpool drawn at home to the Mancs in 4th Round

AFTER beating Oldham 5-1 in the Budweiser-sponsored cup at Anfield on Friday night Liverpool were in what used to be a hat (probably) for the fourth round draw this afternoon. The balls were warmed, Jim Rosenthal was excited and the draw was made.

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Wednesday Kickoff: Earthquakes rally again, Puyol to sign new deal and more

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The San Jose Eathquakes are the MLS comeback kings of 2012, and Swansea City were the latest team to find that out.

Inspired by two late goals from Steven Lenhart, the Earthquakes rallied to a 2-2 draw with Swansea in a friendly played at Buck Shaw Stadium on Tuesday night.

Euro 2012 News: Does 4-4-2 Work for England?

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Here's today's Euro 2012 news: Does 4-4-2 work for England? — The Guardian TSN announces Euro 2012 TV coverage plans for Canada — Canadian Sports Media Blog Laurent Koscielny and Gael Clichy could face England on Monday — Sky Sports ...

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Why Arsenal must learn to love Cup again, Arsene

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by STUART WATSON I really love the F.A Cup, a lot of my boyhood memories derive from the competition whether they be good or bad. A few early ones include the two semifinals at Wembley in the early 90's, Wrexham in 92, Linighans late goal to win us the cup in 93, Andy Walker smashing the ball past David Seaman to give Bolton a historic win at Highbury, and getting knocked out by Millwall and Sheffield United in consecutive seasons.

Reds unchanged: LFC v Swansea

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Reds unchanged: LFC v Swansea

AN UNCHANGED Liverpool side will be out looking for three points at Anfield this afternoon against a Swansea City side yet to record an away win this season. The Reds won their last outing 2-0 away at West Brom and manager Kenny Dalglish has kept faith with the same 11 from the off.

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Euro 2012 TV Schedule For US, UK and Canada

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With Euro 2012 kicking off, here's the list of live TV coverage for all the matches of the tournament, for your convenience. With this amount of coverage, you may be better off than some of those heading to Eastern Europe ...

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Scottish Cup: Shock and Awe

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A January weekend to cast off the shackles of league pressure and revel in the romance of what is, at this stage, the most egalitarian of our competitions.

A Scottish Cup weekend. Breathe in the fresh air of potential shocks and brace yourself butchers, bakers and candlestick makers making SPL defences look like part-time amateurs.

Champions League

Champions League Final, Bayern vs Chelsea–Today!

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The culmination of the European club season is upon us. Bayern Munich takes on aging interlopers Chelsea in the Allianz Arena which happens to be Bayern's home ground. Â (For US viewers: kickoff is at 3pmET, and the match will be televised on Fox's main network. Â In fact, the Fox networks are going full bore with almost-Super Bowl levels of TV coverage see below for the full schedule.

Brogans Pub - Fulham Broadway - The moment Torres scores!

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If someone asked me how many times I have gone back to the TV coverage and replayed the moment Fernando Torres broke free, controlled the ball with a fabulous first touch, moved towards goal and then rounded Valdes to stroke the ball into the empty net to wrap up the game at the Nou Camp, I couldn't tell you - I have seen it that many times.

Video: Chelsea’s Frank Lampard falls prey to Portuguese prankster Emplastro

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Frank Lampard's arrival in Portugal for Chelsea's Champions League clash against Benfica saw him come face-to-face with a local joker called Emplasto (the plasterer). The prankster has made himself a bit of a celebrity by hijacking TV coverage of high-profile figures. He seized on the opportunity to join Frank for a photo with a young [.

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Has The FA Cup Final Romance Gone?

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"Hey look Dad, a Saint and Greavsie Cup Final special at 1 o'clock".... Nothing says FA Cup Final day like Jimmy Greaves wearing a comical oversized Spurs hat whilst Ian Saint John laughs through his piece to camera. Those were the good old days, but first, lets fast-forward to the 2012 FA Cup Final.

FOX Soccer Needs to Improve Its Graphical Effects And Tactical Analysis

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FOX Soccer's TV coverage of the UEFA Champions League has continued to improve ever since it acquired the rights to show the competition in the 2009/10 season. The best example of their improvements is the pre-match, half-time and post-match shows....

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MLS Debut On NBC Sports Scores Disappointing 82K Viewers

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NBC Sports kicked off its first season of MLS TV coverage Sunday with only 82,000 viewers. Embarrassingly, there were nine outdoors (fishing and hunting) TV shows that day that had larger viewing audiences. It was a case of good news ...

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Dynamo Land New Local TV Deal (Sort of)

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At last it appears the Dynamo have a better local television deal, though it's still a little confusing as it's only for six games. I assume the remainder of the games that are television locally will remain on FS Houston, but details about that haven't been released yet.

From what I can tell, it's a step forward and it means some games might actually be broadcasted locally in HD.

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Vurnon Anita’s Very First Interview With nufcTV

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Vurnon Anita was seen arriving by car at the Benton training headquarters and he was accompanied by his Italian agent Mino Raiola, who was talking on his cell phone in English of course and Raiola was slightly shorter than Vurnon, and looked a little bit like Mike Ashley if truth be told [...]

Saturday round-robin round-up

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Good morning sarcasm fans, a very quick Saturday round-up for you as I have to bring the pup to the vets after his midweek illness. I suspect he's quite fine as I came home last night to find him chewing quite contentedly on my Macbook which he'd managed to take down from the kitchen table. Fair play to Apple, they hold up quite well to puppy slobber.

4 Questionable Issues at Euro 2012

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1) MVP: Andres Iniesta being named the tournament's best player: The Spanish attacking midfielder has been one of the world's best players for the last few years; however, he was not even Spain's best player during Euro 2012. The decision to name him as Euro 2012′s best player seems questionable and an escape from a more complex decision which likely would have seen players such as Andrea Pirlo, Mesut Ozil, Xabi Alonso, Ilker Casillas and a couple of other players all picked ahead of Iniesta.

Excellent First Interview With Romain Amalfitano

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An excellent  first interview with Romain Amalfitano today on nufcTV by Rob Scanlon, and Romain doesn't yet speak English, so he replied in French and it was translated by Rob. Romain Amalfitano in training watched by John Carver It's a very good interview, so those of you have a subscription to nufcTV it's obviously worth seeing it, and for those of you [.

Opening Arguments: Sporting KC vs KC Royals

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Does the Kansas City Royals poor start to the season hurt, help, or not matter to Sporting KC's success off the field?


For those that don't watch a ton of baseball (myself included), the Kansas City Royals are in the midst of a very long losing streak right now. Eleven straight losses, ten of those at home, not the way that you want to start a season that many felt would finally see the Royals be a little more competitive in the Central Division.

The Best of Both Worlds - Kansas City's Supporters Groups Built a Beer-Rainbow for a St. Patrick's Day Parade

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When soccer and beer collide... that's the best of both worlds. This space reserved for any intersection of the suds and the sport whether business, beer and soccer events, or random humor.
Saint Patrick's Day is always a bit of a haul for Americans as we over-indulge on unnecessary things like green beer and Jameson when we'd never think of doing such regularly.

Dynamo v. San Jose Match Rescheduled to be an Undercard for a U-23 Friendly

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Quick bit of news from yesterday, the Dynamo's trip to face the San Jose Earthquakes in the second match of the 2012 has been rescheduled, just slightly. Instead of the match being played on Sunday, March 18th at Buck Shaw Stadium has been moved up a day and will instead take place at AT&T Park. The move is so the match can be part of a double header with the Mexico U-23 v.