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Old 30.01.2017, 01:31 PM
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As soon as the premier league season finishes, I'm lost, the thing that usually breaks up a summer for me is a Euros or a World Cup and the Olympics, seems neither of those fall this year, I will be lost.

I usually resort to watching YouTube clips to fill the void.
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Old 30.01.2017, 02:24 PM
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NHL for me! Have juggled both since the NHL season started but now I can put my full attention in to the Red Wings and hope they pick up their form over the next couple of months for the play-off run!
Old 30.01.2017, 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by 1evan1 View Post
We have other major sports: baseball, basketball, hockey. You'll just have to get into those. They're pretty cool once you get used to them.
I've tried many, many times with Baseball. Up there with Cricket as the most boring sport ever.
Old 30.01.2017, 04:33 PM
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NFL Europe used to help the withdrawal symptoms. Always a long off-season and i hate it when i hear pundits say there is no such thing as an off season
Old 31.01.2017, 01:56 PM
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Follow your local BAFA team if you have one?
Old 31.01.2017, 03:27 PM
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The Sunday just gone was so boring. My passion for the premier league isn't what it was 4-5 years ago, but it'll keep me going.
Old 01.02.2017, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by GBPacker View Post
slagging off BT Sport and pretty much every other TV broadcaster in the UK for not showing so much as a sliver of proper hockey (the kind that's played on ice),
NHL is on Premier Sports. Unfortunately it's a horrific channel with terrible picture quality.
Old 01.02.2017, 12:19 PM
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I usually would be gutted at this time of the year, but this season has been the worst I have ever seen, the play-offs were by far the most boring I have ever seen (bar Cowboys v Packers)

Hopefully next season things improve!
Old 17.02.2017, 01:12 PM
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I've had enough already, give me football!!!!
Old 22.02.2017, 10:36 PM
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Love the off season, its almost as good as the season itself. Coming right up we have the combine which is where I remotely introduce myself to those leaving the college game behind. Then on the 9th of March the new league season starts and with it comes FA where almost all squads will try to improve through intriguing pick ups. In April we have the draft and with that comes our preduct the pick draft competitions. Admittedly it all gets a bit slow after that but then its well into spring and summer and I usually find that this is the time that I really start to miss it, but thats the great thing, Do you ever get a chance to miss soccer?

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