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barça2010-05-09 05:14:18 +0000 #1
Thanks to everyone that responded to the question of watching La Liga on TV in the USA.

I am new to the board and wanted to introduce myself. I am originally from Venezuela and had been living in the USA for about 20 years, played soccer there and coached a High School Varsity soccer team in NJ (I hold a NSCAA National coaching diploma) I have been a Barcelona fan for as long as I can remember as the Spanish Liga was broadcast into Venezuela. For the last two years I have been living in Spain with my wife and children (13 and 9) and they have also become cules!. To the point that we have all become Gent del Barca, last summer, my children appeared in "El Mundo Deportivo" while signing up for the get del barca membership. Pure luck that the photographer of the newspaper happened to be there while we signing up, they have sonce have the picture framed.

Last season I saw about 7 games and this season I am on a higher pace, it is one of the best stadiums to see a game.

We are ready for the game tonight, lucky enough to be seeing on the TV. Although dissappointed by the line up of Van Gaal, too defensive minded for my taste. Oh well, hoping for the best.

If you understand Spanish but can't see the game, log into www.ondacero.com: www.ondacero.com or www.marca.com: www.marca.com and listen to it on the radio. Marca is decidely Madridista, but does a good job on the braodcast.

Visca el Barca


Juan2010-05-09 05:26:24 +0000 #2
Welcome compatriot!!!!!

Well, we can safely say that neither was fully satisfied by tonight´s game. But how about Wednesday´s, that sure was great for both of us

Be sure to check out my thread about our great Vinotinto at Other north & south american soccer.
BLAUGRANA2010-05-09 05:38:54 +0000 #3
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Originally posted by barça

Thanks to everyone that responded to the question of watching La Liga on TV in the USA.

I am new to the board and wanted to introduce myself. I am originally from Venezuela and had been living in the USA for about 20 years, played soccer there and coached a High School Varsity soccer team in NJ (I hold a NSCAA National coaching diploma) I have been a Barcelona fan for as long as I can remember as the Spanish Liga was broadcast into Venezuela. For the last two years I have been living in Spain with my wife and children (13 and 9) and they have also become cules!. To the point that we have all become Gent del Barca, last summer, my children appeared in "El Mundo Deportivo" while signing up for the get del barca membership. Pure luck that the photographer of the newspaper happened to be there while we signing up, they have sonce have the picture framed.

Last season I saw about 7 games and this season I am on a higher pace, it is one of the best stadiums to see a game.

We are ready for the game tonight, lucky enough to be seeing on the TV. Although dissappointed by the line up of Van Gaal, too defensive minded for my taste. Oh well, hoping for the best.

If you understand Spanish but can't see the game, log into www.ondacero.com: www.ondacero.com or www.marca.com: www.marca.com and listen to it on the radio. Marca is decidely Madridista, but does a good job on the braodcast.

Visca el Barca

Welcome again Barca. Great story about your family. I think it's safe to say that many of us here envy you in that you attend so many matches.

VISCA EL BARCA!

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