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EPL changes at NBC, Spurs’ Amazon film, and more women’s soccer on TV: World Soccer Talk Podcast

In the NEW episode, number 188, Christopher Harris and co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer cover a range of topics including:

• How European soccer is taking over soccer in the USA
• Soccer fans in US celebrate the return of the Scottish league
• More NWSL games are coming to CBS
• Is Tottenham’s new documentary ALL or NOTHING?
• Plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.

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Launched in 2006, the World Soccer Talk Podcast is the longest running podcast on the planet. Every week, we share the latest news about watching soccer on television and streaming, in addition to discussing what we like and dislike, and featuring your questions and feedback in our Listener Mailbag segment.

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  1. Edward

    September 5, 2020 at 12:33 pm

    Jon Champion’s rat poison story in the Iceland-England…he deserves a podcast…

  2. Ritchie

    September 3, 2020 at 5:46 pm

    I have to disagree about some of the ICC points.

    The ICC, to here Charlie Stillitano tell it, puts terms in the contracts that require the big names to play part of each game, at least. When RM came over a few times, Ronaldo played. When Barca came, Messi played.

    It could be getting stale in general, but it isn’t because the squads are half-baked.

  3. El jefe

    September 3, 2020 at 5:17 pm

    My interest in MLS had been waning over the last few years, but 2020 was the year MLS completely jumped the shark for me no question. Im pretty much 100 percent Euro at this point Especially with the addition of the Scottish league, 2. Bundesliga and the ability of watch EVERY Serie A game on demand.

    • Chris

      September 4, 2020 at 12:12 pm

      Good to know, but my interest in MLS is the same looking forward to MLS next year when things are hopefully back to normal.

    • Tim

      September 9, 2020 at 7:01 am

      My interest in all soccer is high at this point including MLS. I will say that not having fans really puts a damper on things for me. Part of the allure with watching euro soccer is the atmosphere and waiting for that moment when a goal is scored and the stadium explodes. FWIW all sports have had this impact on my viewing with the lack of fans.

  4. Robert

    September 3, 2020 at 4:29 pm

    Correction; The players comparison is not right. Going by team payrolls is better. Manchester United is tops at $154,400,000 for the past year. In 2018 MLS’ team in Toronto payroll was $26,000,000, Seattle’s was $17,000,000.

  5. jason

    September 3, 2020 at 2:39 pm

    I am very complimentary to the current format of the podcast. It is unique and interesting. There are lots of Premier League podcasts out there. Great job keeping this entity relevant.

  6. jason

    September 3, 2020 at 2:32 pm

    I’m glad Euro soccer is getting the bulk of the viewership. MLS has turned into a farce in 2020.

    • jason

      September 3, 2020 at 2:33 pm

      By the way I did subscribe to MLS Live for many years during the 2010’s.

    • Robert

      September 3, 2020 at 4:12 pm

      This MLS season has been uneven, there have been some very exciting and entertaining games and some truly terrible games. I watch a lot of EPL games and the same is true, some great games and some terrible ones.
      The difference is the AVERAGE pay for EPL players is 3.2 Million dollars! With that kind of money spent, all the games should be good ones. For sure more of that roster money is in the top 4-6 teams. The same pay scale is true for the big four European leagues.
      The MLS teams whole rosters earn less then what some EPL players get. The MLS has more teams vying for the top spots but teams lack depth due to monetary restraints.

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