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Ghosts In The Football Machine

While the resurgence of soccer in America continues to ramp up, there are always a few bumps along the way. For example, FoxSoccer.com blogs have been down for the past 24 hours and Setanta Sports was experiencing some technical difficulties with their broadcast this evening.

Watching the Leeds against Chelsea match on Setanta Sports tonight, the screen displayed the words “Back Soon” for more than 10 minutes. The match, which is part of the Chelsea Classics that they show, must have experienced some technical difficulties.

At FoxSoccer.com meanwhile, the popular blogs section has been down and the pages time out. That means no blogs, for the time being, from Bobby McMahon, Jamie Trecker, Nick Webster or Jeremy St. Louis.

Let’s hope they both return soon.

Editor’s Note: While Setanta’s coverage soon returned shortly thereafter, it’s not the same case for the Fox Soccer blogs unfortunately. It’s currently Sunday, October 8 and — by my account — the blogs have been down since Thursday.

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