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The most over-hyped event in sports will live up to the hype this Sunday when the San Fransisco 49ers will defeat the Baltimore Ravens by a touchdown.
Galatasaray snagged one of the best strikers in the world with the signing of Didier Drogba today.
FA Cup features all kinds of upsets, but does anybody care?
How long will the Kardashians stay on the front pages of the trash mags?
Today kicks off our new season on the BDSIR Network as No Foul Play comes to you live at 7:30 PM Eastern, 12:30 AM United Kingdom time. On today's debut show, we will discuss all of the transfer news and gossip. We will also speak on the recent friendlies that have taken part all over the world for the big European clubs, including the second annual International friendly tournament in the International Champions Cup. We will also speak on the most recent MLS and Brazilian results, plus Kaka's debut as he is on loan with Sao Paulo in Brazil. Plus, we are exactly three weeks away from the start of the Barclays Premier League. We will preview this season and what will happen with each of the clubs in the English league. All of this and more on tonight's edition of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play.
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Listen to our expert soccer panel as we preview and discuss the latest news on the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. In this show, we will analyze group play and predict which teams will advance. We will include in-depth analysis on the teams from Mexico and the United States, focusing on Mexico's opening matchup with Cameroon and the USA's controversial decision to cut star Landon Donovan. We will point out which players to watch, and how the event's location in Brazil might affect the outcome. Finally, we will make our predictions on who will win the World Cup.
SF and Kevin Brown discussing the most important topics in the American soccersphere today: Drogba's perm, TH14's outburst and the return of The Name Game.
Perversions sexuelles, profanation de cimetieres, meurtres: sommes nous egares, irresponsables, ou juste maudits?
Chelsea FC have won the UEFA Champions League
The Blues beat FC Bayern München 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out following a 1-1 draw.
Thomas Müller (83) looked to have earned Bayern victory but Didier Drogba's equaliser (88) revived Chelsea. Drogba then conceded an extra-time penalty but Petr Cech brilliantly denied Arjen Robben and then saved from Ivica Olic in the shoot-out. Bastian Schweinsteiger hit the post, allowing Drogba to strike the winning spot kick.
Join us today on What The Fox, we have an amazing show lined up.
We will discuss who is winning on and off the court as well as what athletes are this week's, "Dumb Jocks".
In addition we will run down the world of sports for you touching on the Lakers getting knocked out of the playoffs, the Triple Crown, Mike Woodson's Contract, the Heat, Drogba and Chelsea as well as our normal minute of Hockey.
Next is the world of entertainment where we discuss what movies are sinking or soaring, a taste of what's on Rick's TiVo and some thoughts about HBO's new show, "Girls".
We will wrap things up with some fan questions so don't forget to email us at email@example.com and follow us at @whatthefoxnow if you have any questions that you'd like to be read.
"The Magic of the Cup" is gone until next season as Chelsea took on Liverpool to contest the 131st FA Cup Final. Is Frank Lampard England's best player? Yes...at least in one person's mind. It may have taken over a year but Andy Carroll finally looks the business. When will we get some type of goal-line technology? Will Drogba ever stop scoring at Wembley? And we finish of the show with a little Wikipedia Game.
We review Chelsea's incredible 2-2 win Barcelona. This is what the Champions League is supposed to look like. Drama, red cards, Bosingwa at center back, Drogba shooting from the halfway line, Messi losing his temper, this game had it all. It even had a goal from Senor Fernando Torres. We praise Ramires, heckle John Terry and wonder where Leo Messi and Barcelona go from here.
We break down the first legs of the Champions League Semi-Finals. How many players did Chelsea keep behind the ball? Are Real Madrid the fastest counterattacking team in the world? Can anyone actually take the game to Barcelona? How does Mario Gomez keep scoring goals? Will Drogba ever stop diving? Short answer no, long answer no.
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