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from a press release about the new TV contract from Showtime Arabia:

 

The Premier League broadcasts 380 live football matches to over 200 countries and over 1 billion people every week. The world’s most popular league is increasingly the home for many of the best international football players, including Michael Ballack, Andrei Schevchenko, Christiano Ronaldo, Mido, Cesc Fabregas, Wayne Rooney, and Thierry Henry playing for some of the world’s biggest football clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Liverpool.

 

 

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

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Guest Gemmill

What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

 

Well I still wouldn't expect them to refer to Spurs as one of the world's biggest clubs, Arab players notwithstanding.

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

 

you do realise that Emre isn't english??? and we did that Reality TV thing so we have couple of saudi(?) kids.

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

 

you do realise that Emre isn't english??? and we did that Reality TV thing so we have couple of saudi(?) kids.

Emre is white and clearly not of arab descent.

 

Also the middle-eastern kids haven't even played for our U18 side yet.

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

 

It's not about them playing, its the fact that people watched a programme prooting us.

 

you do realise that Emre isn't english??? and we did that Reality TV thing so we have couple of saudi(?) kids.

Emre is white and clearly not of arab descent.

 

Also the middle-eastern kids haven't even played for our U18 side yet.

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

you do realise that Emre isn't english??? and we did that Reality TV thing so we have couple of saudi(?) kids.

Emre is white and clearly not of arab descent.

 

Also the middle-eastern kids haven't even played for our U18 side yet.

It's not about them playing, its the fact that people watched a programme prooting us.

From what I gather the show wasn't really on a main channel like BBC1 it was on an equivalant of ITV3, so I doubt that many people saw it.

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

 

you do realise that Emre isn't english??? and we did that Reality TV thing so we have couple of saudi(?) kids.

Emre is white and clearly not of arab descent.

 

Also the middle-eastern kids haven't even played for our U18 side yet.

 

No he's not. The Turks have much more in common with middle eastern countries then they do any western country.

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What do you expect...Does NUFC have an Arab player playing for us ? NO...therefore they will mention Spurs as they have two Egyptian players playing for them...

 

you do realise that Emre isn't english??? and we did that Reality TV thing so we have couple of saudi(?) kids.

Emre is white and clearly not of arab descent.

 

Also the middle-eastern kids haven't even played for our U18 side yet.

 

No he's not. The Turks have much more in common with middle eastern countries then they do any western country.

The fact that Turkey have more in common with middle eastern counties does not change the fact he is white and clearly not arab.

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well,i am an Arab

 

Trust me,the word "spurs" was just so that Showtime can get some of those (200 million?) egyptians to subscribe..

 

The truth is,the La-liga and the Serie A are more famous here,mostly because they are broadcasted on channels that cost far less then the channels that broadcaste the epl..

 

 

Note: Mido's name is in there FFS  :lol:

 

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well,i am an Arab

 

Trust me,the word "spurs" was just so that Showtime can get some of those (200 million?) egyptians to subscribe..

 

The truth is,the La-liga and the Serie A are more famous here,mostly because they are broadcasted on channels that cost far less then the channels that broadcaste the epl..

 

 

Note: Mido's name is in there FFS  :lol:

 

 

the soccer master, where are you from ?

 

(just out of interest)

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from a press release about the new TV contract from Showtime Arabia:

 

The Premier League broadcasts 380 live football matches to over 200 countries and over 1 billion people every week. The world’s most popular league is increasingly the home for many of the best international football players, including Michael Ballack, Andrei Schevchenko, Christiano Ronaldo, Mido, Cesc Fabregas, Wayne Rooney, and Thierry Henry playing for some of the world’s biggest football clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Liverpool.

 

 

 

Is that why you've posted it?

 

 

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