A couple soccer related tidbits to pass along. The Man Utd vs West Ham FA Cup match is being broadcast live on Fox right now. Not FSC but regular old Fox.
Also regarding Fox Soccer Channel, I just noticed last night that it's status has changed on DirecTV. You no longer have to subscribe to the Sports Pack or the Premier package to get it. It's now part of the Choice Xtra plan. It might save you a few bucks if you've been using the Sports Pack to watch FSC. It might be worth checking out on other cable/dish providers to see if the status has changed there too.
20 point win for Fred's boys and now I'm settling in to watch some recorded PL action. I already saw Chelsea won 4-0 today with the benefit of 2 own goals from Stoke. Did anything else interesting happen this morning?
The kid has talent, but really seemed to stagnate this year in Dallas. Hopefully the challenge of the Premier League jump starts his development. And hopefully he gets to spend more time with Cameron on the pitch and less with Edu on the bench.
Arsenal resign Walcott, making him the highest earner in the squad...
don't know what to think about this, if he left, me and other arsenal fans would be pretty ****** losing one of the best players again. 100k is a bit much for him though.
Wenger rumored to like Cavani...I wish they'd go for him but common sense says no way.
I definitely would have been upset to see him go, is he worth the wage? I don't know, I'm hopeful he is, he's still got a lot of room to grow I think. I'm pretty much assuming there isn't going to be a big signing during January, although I hope I'm wrong.
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