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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

only1billybonds 1:50 Sat Apr 9
Just noticed a free sports channel on my tele and they are showing 3 live games later.

Anyone actually sat through a game played in the States? Compared to our leagues,what is the standard?

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BBondsBootlaces 8:18 Mon Apr 11
I had a season ticket when Defoe went to Toronto

It really is low quality football, I found it an effort to want to go to matches. Defoe only played a few games, looked frustrated with the quality of players around him. Did his hamstring (as predicted).

I never renewed.

Sven Roeder 7:40 Mon Apr 11
My understanding is that its a retirement home for European players who dont fancy China and would like to live somewhere like NYC for a couple of years.
Plus various S Americans not good enough to play in Europe.
Any decent American player (ie Pulisic) would play in Europe

AKA ERNIE 7:36 Mon Apr 11
Went to see la galaxy when i was over there few yrs back, shit game shit crowd . Fans spent 90mins stuffing their fat yank gobs with anything they could get there hands on.
One fat cunt ate a whole pizza 2 hot dogs and a bag of doughnuts polished off with huge tub of ice cream

Jasnik 7:35 Mon Apr 11
wonder where those americans got the idea for the super league?

eusebiovic 7:23 Mon Apr 11
MLS is a closed shop and an elite cartel of about 20 odd clubs who gave pay 1billion dollars for the privalage.

I'd rather pick my nose and eat it or watch the American lower leagues which look like a lot more fun...

violator 2:29 Sat Apr 9
I went NYC v New England Revolution. Fat Frank, pirlo and David Villa all played and they still lost. And the Revolution fans went through the whole ten men couldn't carry song

only1billybonds 2:20 Sat Apr 9
Todays games are:

Orlando v Chicago.
Miami v New England
Philadelphia v Columbus
Salt Lake v Toronto
Vancouver v Portland

More games on than i first thought. I'll give the Miami game a go,stuck indoors with covid (Mrs,not me) so got sod all better to do.

Pub Bigot 2:12 Sat Apr 9
Went to a couple in 2010, and one game was decent, but the atmosphere was cringe. I don't mind the Yanks, but football and Americans just doesn't fit naturally.

The games were Philadelphia Union v NY Red Bulls and NY Red Bulls vs New England Revolution.

If I was at home and it was on I'd watch it and in the future I plan to watch a visit a few more like Toronto, Portland, Seattle and Montreal.

⚒️ 1:59 Sat Apr 9
It’s about the same quality as League 1.

cup of tea 1:58 Sat Apr 9
Went to Toronto v Chicago when in Toronto in April 2017. Decent stadium and atmosphere. Quite like MLS

cup of tea 1:58 Sat Apr 9
Went to Toronto v Chicago when in Toronto in April 2017. Decent stadium and atmosphere. Quite like MLS

Manuel 1:56 Sat Apr 9
I've got it on my cable but never watch it. I think you would get bored after 10 minutes, William.

SDKFZ 222 1:54 Sat Apr 9
During the late 90’s and early 00’s, the Mrs and I visited Florida quite regularly and we always tried to fit in a Tampa Bay Mutiny match whenever we were there. I realise it is now over 20 years ago, but the standard then was very ‘Dagenham & Redbridge.’

I liked the old Tampa Bay Buccaneers stadium, though, which they shared, with a full sized pirate galleon at one end.

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