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  1. Chelsea 1-1 Leicester

    Last year, the Super Bowl drew a little over 100 million viewers, a dip from the 2018 Super Bowl. Meanwhile, the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid drew 480 million viewers worldwide. According to sources, only about 2 million of Champions League viewers were located in the United States, and the broadcast was available in more than 200 countries. By comparison, the Super Bowl is available in 180 countries, and anywhere from 30 million to 50 million viewers outside the U.S. watch. That number is not particularly likely to increase, even when considering the NFL’s recent marketing pushes in the U.K. and Mexico. https://www.one37pm.com/strength/sports/champions-league-soccer-super-bowl
  2. Politics & Stuff

    Seems like a lie. Can you provide a legit link to this story in People magazine? Furthermore: <snip> And a public relations representative with People told us that the magazine couldn’t find anything like that quote in its archives, either. People‘s Julie Farin said in an email: “People looked into this exhaustively when it first surfaced back in Oct. We combed through every Trump story in our archive. We couldn’t find anything remotely like this quote –and no interview at all in 1998.” <snip> http://www.factcheck.org/2015/11/bogus-meme-targets-trump/ But in 1999 Trump said in Wall Street Journal: Trump, Wall Street Journal, Sept. 30, 1999: Let’s cut to the chase. Yes, I am considering a run for president. … Unlike candidates from the two major parties, my candidacy would not represent an exercise in career advancement. I am not a political pro trying to top off his resume. I am considering a run only because I am convinced the major parties have lost their way. The Republicans are captives of their right wing. The Democrats are captives of their left wing. I don’t hear anyone speaking for the working men and women in the center.
  3. The Conte Thread

    Conte looks and acts like Simeone's brother from another mother. Wonder if they synchronize their wardrobes...
  4. Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland

    Even with 31 misses <repost> the score would be 3:1 (or 2:1 if penalty missed) plus 11 against 10. </repost>
  5. Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland

    The score would be 3:1 (or 2:1 if penalty missed) plus 11 against 10. That's what "So?".
  6. Chelsea 1-2 Sunderland

    - Terry/Matic legit but disallowed goal NOT a ref call. - Ramirez clobbered by Larsson in front of the open net [red card+penalty] NOT a ref non-call. - Azpi/Altidore fake penalty NOT a ref call. And the linesman that made ALL these decisions is from Liverpool. Definitely non-biased. </sarc>
  7. Welcome to the forums kolovrat :)