In the latest episode, Paramount+ gobbles up more soccer rights, our review of the new Pele documentary from Netflix, NBC finally pays attention to Leicester this season, find out how to win a $100 gift certificate to World Soccer Shop, plus more in episode 212.
Why do soccer fans and leagues love ESPN+? Plus news on a big change at NBC that gives them an advantage with Premier League rights, Belgium football is back in the United States, and ESPN+ scores again with a fantastic short film. All this and more in episode 211.
We discuss why 2021 will be the year of soccer streaming wars, details on Serie B and Serie C available again in the U.S., what ESPN+ has in store for 2021, why Taylor Twellman gets under my skin plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section of episode 210.
We discuss the impact of a potential MLS lockout on TV, CBS & ESPN bidding for U.S. rights to Serie A, Americans heading to Europe in droves, news about ESPN+ adding a new soccer documentary, Premier League matches in 4K, and more in episode 209.
We debate who the next Premier League rights will go to, could LaLiga be heading to ESPN, NBC confirms the pending shutdown of NBCSN. Plus we have letters from you the listeners in our Mailbag Section. All this and more in episode 208.
We rank the best soccer networks on US TV from best to worst Paramount+ gets a launch date for Champions League fans, our thoughts on Sirius XM FC’s soccer coverage, step by step instructions on how to get ESPN’s Multicast working, and more in episode 207.
In the new episode, we debate which is better -- seeing games in person or on TV, Peacock makes U-turn and adds a feature back for soccer fans, we discuss the magic of the FA Cup, Univision gets into the streaming business, and much more in episode 206.
We discuss first impressions of Apple TV device in 4K, why Apple TV is a dream come true for ESPN+ subscribers, major streaming service announces price increase, latest update about talksport’s Premier League radio commentaries, and more in episode 205.
We look back at 2020 memorable moments, as well as what to look out for in 2021, Peacock announces news about popularity of the Premier League games, news about a brand-new soccer TV schedules app, talkSport pulls the plug on EPL radio broadcasts, the peculiar dislike among some people about Sam Allardyce plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.
We discuss news about the possible final days of our favorite soccer TV channel, Peacock tightens the grip on Premier League fans once again, we debate how the MLS Cup Final TV ratings did, how streaming numbers are going through the roof, perceived London bias against managers David Moyes and Sam Allardyce, and more in episode 203.