As much as we don't seem to talk about English teams, many of you may know that we're covering
Chelsea as part of our Futbolita.TV series, along with Arsenal and
Liverpool, which were equally great experiences. The international attention from within
the teams has also been overwhelming and we had a real exclusive glimpse into mannerisms and styles
of some of these players and individuals.
Fox Soccer Channel will launch a new TV series this Saturday night named Fox Soccer
Tonight. The show will premiere Saturday and Sunday evenings beginning August 14 at 8:30pm ET
and will feature highlights of the best Premier League matches of the day.
According to a Fox Soccer Channel representative, Kyle Martino will host the show as well as
hosting Soccer Talk Live.
I saw a trailer for the new series of Luther yesterday. So here's this:
(the eagle eyed among you may recognise John Luther as the spectacularly and unfortunately
destroyed Stringer Bell from The Wire. Well never mind that, he's awesome in this, too.
It's a bit over the top, but aren't all these things to an extent?
I got the Modern Toss book 'Work C'est La Merde' for my birthday in July and
about a quarter of the way through Drive By Abuser is 'considering' the newspaper reader:
'...I get it all online mate, not that I can be bothered most of the time, unless some
footballer's f*cked a prostitute or something, turns out they have, then I'm off to check the
latest, see you around yeah?
Remember when Friday Night Lights was a book? OK for those of you too young to remember books,
Friday Night Lights was a movie based on something called a book before it became a largely
unrelated TV series.
Anywho, there was a dude in the book/movie with the completely awesome name Booby Miles.
It doesnt really get funnier than this... But what was the old boy really saying to the Old
Trafford Faithful as he clambered on the roof of the old tunnel? Was he trying to convert us all to
Wengerism, his religious sect? Was he showing us that he is in actual fact a character from the TV
Yanic Truesdale is a Canadian actor best known for his portrayal of Michel Gerard in the TV series
Gilmore Girls, which I can safely say I've never watched. I have watched Gabby Agbonlahor though,
scampering down the wing as...
GOLTV PREMIERES TWO NEW TV SERIES ‘FOOTBALL'S HIDDEN STORY' & ‘SOCCER CAM' New
Reality Programs Feature Inspirational True Stories from Around the World and User-Generated
Hometown Soccer Highlights MIAMI – Aug. 28, 2008 - GolTV, the only live bilingual channel
delivering 24/7 soccer, will premiere Soccer Cam at 8 p.
Euro 2008 is slowing down my movie watching (and my blog posting). This is over the last 3 weeks:
119. Peep Show Series 4 120. Peep Show Series 5 Easily one of the funniest TV series I've ever
seen. 121. Without a Paddle (Steven Brill, 2004) This has been on my list for a long time, [.