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Anybody watching this one on Fox Soccer Channel? Interested to see what Gus Johnson is like on the call.
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I'm excited for it. I can't see Man U winning. Their defense can't handle the guys in the attacking group for Real. IMO.
I can't find a stream online that has the Gus Johnson commentary. I hope he picks up soccer well. The World Cup could be incredible with him calling it.
I thought this was America? Screw soccer..
So far he's okay, I'm just skeptical. I guess I usually just prefer english announcers.
The "click on a thread with a clear title about something I don't like and then post on the thread that I don't like it" is something I'll never understand.
Kagawa is active today for Man U. They'll need that.
Welbeck of all people? Wow. The away goal is big.
Yeah that was unexpected. Madrid controlling the ball but it's 1-0 United.
Beautiful. Back to level on a Ronaldo header.
Ronaldo is just amazing to watch.
Great match. Real is dominating but it's tied
Good way to put it. Seems like they should be up more with how much they've been on the ball.
Wish I could watch this. Stuck watching Borussia Dortmund and Shakhtar
Madrid looks really good. Great on the ball, many more shots and corners. Man U is playing defensive and for the counter since they got an away goal. Real needs to win by at least one. A tied match will make the second leg very interesting.
This is random, but where is the best place y'all have found to watch soccer? I didn't know if it would be a channel on tv, live stream from somewhere, or elsewhere. My friend got me into soccer, but since moving back to Arlington, I haven't been able to find where I can watch them, or when they will be on.
Well most of the big games are on either on the Fox family (Fox, Fox Sports Net, Fox Soccer Channel) for UEFA or the ABC family (ABC, ESPN, etc) for FIFA.
For some reason the national team's away games are on some crap network that I don't get in CS but it's on DirecTV, but their home games are on ESPN.
fox soccer and if you like mexican soccer well the spanish channels
Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia. - charles m Schulz
ESPN made a big play this year getting the english rights to Mexico's home qualifiers so the US/Mexico game will actually be on ESPN even though it's an away contest. But yeah, Univision has games on all the time also.
I'm streaming it on firstrowspprts.eu. They have most all of the league games on as well as Champions League. The quality can be up and down but you can usually find a good link.
I like watching Dortmund play. Lewandowski is awesome.
Agree. Moving up my list as favorite teams to watch. Klopp has been outstanding with that club.
Borussia looked poor today. Shakhtar seemed to outplay them the entire match. I couldn't watch it real closely, but it seemed most of the action was with Shakhtar
Just not a fan of German style soccer. Don't really like any of the Bundesliga teams.
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