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(ESPN)   With no midweek matches, here's a look back at the launch of the Premier League 30 years ago to help get your footie fix   (espn.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Premier League, Manchester United F.C., Manchester United's Neil Webb, football world, satellite TV channel Sky Sports, well-known Spurs fans, new schedule, handful of media men  
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2022-08-17 2:38:28 PM  
I couldn't even guess where the hell Qarabag FK is located, although I guessed "eastern Europe" and was close enough.

/Viktoria Plzen sounded a lot like a Czech beer I drank once, so I guess they're Czech
 
2022-08-17 4:17:26 PM  
w00t, green 

watching Sheffield - Sunderland

Sunderland, down to 10 men, looked to be finished after Sheffield Utd. went up 2-0 right after the second half restart. 

Just chipped the keeper to make the last 30 minutes interesting. 

And I was just thinking, even second tier pitches are better now than top flight grounds were in 1992.
 
2022-08-17 4:31:08 PM  
watch the sky sports 1992 premier league promo vid from the linked espn article

IT. IS. AMAZING.
 
2022-08-17 4:34:56 PM  

medius: watch the sky sports 1992 premier league promo vid from the linked espn article

IT. IS. AMAZING.


half porn, half shampoo ad, all insane
 
2022-08-17 5:24:37 PM  
plenty that going round

/ footie

// thought you said foodie

/// heh
 
2022-08-17 5:44:19 PM  
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2022-08-17 5:52:25 PM  
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