Do you like South American football?

dnrock

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Here it is very common to follow European football, do you like competitions here?

The team I support here in Brazil is São Paulo F.C, we were three times champions of america and three world champions, we won liverpool in 2005, I really want to see my dear Man city win a club world championship.
 

Fode N The Hole

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BBC have shown the Copa libertadores free of charge on TV or through iplayer in recent years.

Copa America will also be free.

I think it is possible to get an online subscription to watch SA domestic leagues and continental competitions but obvious barrier to watching live is the time difference.

 

ted the grass

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I once heard Rio enthusing about south American product....Living Room in town. I assume he follows it avidly?
 

JULES

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Here it is very common to follow European football, do you like competitions here?

The team I support here in Brazil is São Paulo F.C, we were three times champions of america and three world champions, we won liverpool in 2005, I really want to see my dear Man city win a club world championship.
I love South American football. I used to go to every Wilsterman home games, great fun. I now try to get to Delphin games when they play Copa Libertadories games, I have seen Penarol and Colo Colo play there. My Brazillian team is Vasco ! River in Argentina and Nacional in Uruguay.
 

dnrock

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I love South American football. I used to go to every Wilsterman home games, great fun. I now try to get to Delphin games when they play Copa Libertadories games, I have seen Penarol and Colo Colo play there. My Brazillian team is Vasco ! River in Argentina and Nacional in Uruguay.
Vasco was a great team, today they are always in the second division.
 

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