The triumphant return of the Blues Brothers.
- Sep 12, 2011
I am highly annoyed at how far UConn soccer has fallen. There is no good excuse. Long had a top ten men’s team and a top 2 women’s team.
HELLTOWN BEER: US Cable Soccer Viewership, Dec 22-28
how many decades now where soccer will be 'the next big thing on tv?'
i totally get anyone being a fan of, well, any sport. the part that is ridiculous is when aficionados yell 'u have to pay closer attention to the nuance!'
no, we don't. still mindnumbingly boring for the rest of us 329,500,000 not watching it on tv.
ergo, it's viewing 'appeal' to us is factually untrue, and remains such.
on the udder hand, this is what exploding tv viewership looks like:
'In 2020, The Cowboy Channel, RFD-TV, The The PRCA on Cowboy Channel+ App and Rural Radio doubled last year's ratings. It was the most watched NFR of all time.'
Wrangler NFR Viewership Doubles in First Year on The Cowboy Chan - The Cowboy Channel
NFR at dallas cowgirl stadium, in march, will be yuger. folks like watching stuff happen. get ur tix!
and, the Cowboy Channel is now on Connecticut cable, so if u can't make it down, u can still watch it live. noice.
Yup. I was lucky to be in the right place at the right time and experienced the 2002 World Cup in person. Been hooked ever since.I played soccer but never beyond middle school (like many youth). Really got into it when I played FIFA years ago and then went to a a game while in Swansea back in 2010. Been a fan ever since. The game is just amazing and a joy to watch. Like others have said, the fans alone make every game so intense due to their passion. You can be playing the last team in your league and yet everyone is chanting, cheering, singing, and carrying on. It's unreal.
The fact that every game matters also makes soccer more interesting. Whether your team is involved or not in the promotion/relegation race, it's still something to love and follow in the last few weeks of the season. Teams at the bottom are legitimately fighting for their survival due to the financial implications and prestige.
The transfer window is something that is exciting and for fans outside of the Big 5 in English soccer, can be a period of nervousness for losing your best player.
Almost every game can change at any point. Games are usually separated by a goal and the other team can change that lead at any point. So you are constantly on edge that your opponent will level or your own team will level the score. Stoppage time can be nerve wracking for many reasons.
Finally, the games go for 2 hours and then they are over. No hours of games due to commercials.
still mindnumbingly boring. and, why do you hate the Cowboy Channel? where else would we get our Secret Service members from, cuz i ain't seen them advertise on any other channel.V.
Factually incorrect and small dick energy in your post.
still mindnumbingly boring. and, why do you hate the Cowboy Channel? where else would we get our Secret Service members from, cuz i ain't seen them advertise on any other channel.
u seem to be having a rough go of it. here, have a cookie.
Last I checked, the four remaining teams aren't owned by Americans but Europeans and don't have fans rioting. Inter Milan has Chinese owners.The Super League fiasco was spearheaded by Americans.
Last I checked, the four remaining teams aren't owned by Americans but Europeans and don't have fans rioting. Inter Milan has Chinese owners.
Unless someone puts a billion into Norwich City, I think it's time to accept promotion and relegation is outdated. The clubs that were meant to be the most successful became self evident through the pyramid structure.
The president is the dude from Real Madrid and only one VP was American.You don't know what spearhead means, do you?