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World Cup on TV

Anyone who knows anything about football in the US doesn't watch the World Cup on ESPN ... we watch Univision in Spanish ... because 1) they don't clutter up the screen as much, 2) they don't cut away from other countries national anthems before the game starts, 3) they are rooting for all the teams but especially the underdogs and those in the western hemisphere (GO Mexico! GO USA! GO Ecuador! GO Costa Rica! GO Brazil! GO Togo! GO Trinidad and Tobago! GO Paraguay! GO Argentina!) , and 4) because they are EXCITED and PASSIONATE about the game...

Then we watch GOLTV in English for the post-game ... especially like the Irish announcer, he gets so excited ...

In NYC, tune in to WXTV 41 ... I moved the cable outlet and TV into my office ...

World Cup: Yahoo | BBC

Posted June 14, 2006 11:47 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  



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