11 thoughts on “Superliga Coverage”

  1. Got it. Given it's Spanish language only TV, and I am no, this is America, speak English only type of guy, is there an English language chat to help follow the games with.

    No one should take me wrong here, growing up in Chicago, you would go into entire areas of the City where English was a second language. It was normal and accepted. Many of the people you would go to school with, you would visit at home and their parents spoke only another
    language or some limited English.

    I enjoy the Spanish language broadcasts and find the Spanish networks do a good job with my limited Spanish.

  2. Got it. Given it’s Spanish language only TV, and I am no, this is America, speak English only type of guy, is there an English language chat to help follow the games with.

    No one should take me wrong here, growing up in Chicago, you would go into entire areas of the City where English was a second language. It was normal and accepted. Many of the people you would go to school with, you would visit at home and their parents spoke only another
    language or some limited English.

    I enjoy the Spanish language broadcasts and find the Spanish networks do a good job with my limited Spanish.

  3. Live streaming on the site tonight. So, I can see some of the late action when I get home from the Fire game. you guys will be watching for me on FSC tonight.

  4. Live streaming on the site tonight. So, I can see some of the late action when I get home from the Fire game. you guys will be watching for me on FSC tonight.

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