Fuck off yanks edition
>Bournemouth vs Arsenal
>Chelsea vs Man United
Get in here bros
Most Americans really don't mind at all. The biggest football fans actually take pride in the idea that nobody but us watches the NFL, feeds into the whole American exceptionalism thing. Personally, I wish that more Euros (especially Brits) would watch our sport, but whatever. I imagine it's kind of a hipster/immigrant thing for you guys, kind of like soccer is for us.
> I wish that more Euros (especially Brits)
We would it it wasn't on at 1am till 6am on a Sunday when most of us have work tomorrow
The only way the NFL will grow internationally is moving game times
>Personally, I wish that more Euros (especially Brits) would watch our sport, but whatever.
Why? It's your thing. We don't even have any teams.
It's not a terrible sport I suppose but it ain't our sport, it's your sport. Football is our sport. Although actually what makes football so great is that it's the world's sport.
SUN 14 FEB 2016 - PREMIER LEAGUE
Arsenal v Leicester
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why the French pronounciation
>Watching soccer on Super Bowl Sunday
I'm referring to an interview with Keith Andrews whos coaching with MK Dons now. He was asked about Alli and told them how, after the City match, Bamidele told Andrews that Yaya Toure had to ask Alli to leave him alone during the game as he was cramping his style too much.
Demebel will probably just walk through him 2bh, really want to see him literally walk it in to the goals
>yfw dele alli cunts one past lloris in the euro final