Premier League Eyes $3 Billion Rights Deal In U.S.

Oct 21, 05:57 PM

In the NEW episode, number 240, Christopher Harris is joined by co-hosts Kartik Krishnaiyer and Kyle Fansler to cover a range of topics including: • More details emerge about the Premier League TV rights deal in...

In the NEW episode, number 240, Christopher Harris is joined by co-hosts Kartik Krishnaiyer and Kyle Fansler to cover a range of topics including:

• More details emerge about the Premier League TV rights deal in the US.
• We reveal the 20 most popular soccer teams in the United States.
• Should UEFA and CONMEBOL nations leave FIFA?
• Elsewhere, we reveal what percentage of American soccer fans prefer British commentators.
• We look ahead to this weekend’s games.
• We also discuss FOX getting the rights to two major competitions.
• We’ll explain how this weekend’s El Clasico will not be on television at all in the United States.
• And your questions and feedback in the Listener Mailbag section.

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