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How Loyal Are You to Your Favorite Soccer TV and Internet Provider?

espn fox soccer logos1 How Loyal Are You to Your Favorite Soccer TV and Internet Provider?

You watch hours of top quality Premier League soccer each week on television, the Internet and sometimes mobile devices, but do you have an allegiance to any or all of the TV networks that provide the coverage to you?

If so, depending on the part of the world you live in, are you loyal to FOX Soccer, ESPN, Sky Sports, BBC, ITV, ESPN Star Sports or any other network that shows you your favorite English football club each week?

For example, if you live in the United States, and the majority of Premier League matches switched overnight from FOX Soccer and ESPN to NBC Sports, would you feel any remorse? Would you continue subscribing to FOX Soccer and ESPN even though they didn’t carry the games you watch each week?

Of course, this is all hypothetical, but the question I’m trying to get to answer is how loyal you are to your favorite soccer channel? Are you married to them? Or, if they no longer showed your Premier League matches, would you care and would you miss anything? Or would you simply go wherever the coverage was?

Share your opinions below.


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