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  • If you’re used to watching Premier League matches on-demand via the NBC Sports App, that option will no longer be available beginning with the 2019/20 season according to a NBC Sports spokesperson.
  • World Soccer Talk has learned that full match replays will only be available online to NBC Sports Gold subscribers, thus forcing NBCSN subscribers to pay an additional $64.99 per season for the right to access games on-demand digitally that were available last season at no extra cost.
  • For cord cutters opting not to get NBC Sports Gold, the changes may mean consumers will watch less Premier League matches than they did in the past, which isn’t a good look for NBC Sports or the Premier League.
  • After changing the name of the service to the NBC Sports App in 2016, it wasn’t until 2017 that NBC launched the Premier League Pass service via NBC Sports Gold.
  • The service provided less access to Premier League matches than the old NBC Sports Live Extra.

Read full article: worldsoccertalk.com

  • Every player on the Women’s World Cup championship team took a different journey to the top of the podium in France.
  • Alyssa Naeher started four games in three years as Hope Solo ‘s back-up before getting her shot at 28.
  • The only mother on the team, McDonald didn’t get her first national team cap until she was 28.
  • ” When I got my first cap I didn’t think I’d be here,” said McDonald, who played just 45 minutes in the World Cup but almost scored in a group-play game with Chile.
  • It takes every single person on this roster,” said goalkeeper Naeher, who didn’t get off the bench in the 2015 Women’s World Cup but played every minute of this summer’s tournament.
  • The Quakes didn’t take a shot until the 12 th minute, then took one every 2 ½ minutes, on average, after that.

Read full article: latimes.com

  • ESPN FC’s Julien Laurens and Steve Nicol examine how Harry Maguire would impact Man United’s defence if they sign the Leicester star.
  • Steve Nicol and Julien Laurens agree that if Neymar’s attempts to leave PSG fail, he may regret the bridges he has burned this summer.
  • On the one year anniversary of their World Cup triumph, ESPN FC’s Julien Laurens delves into the chances this France side will win more silverware.
  • Antoine Griezmann couldn’t get out of the middle during a rondos drill on his first day with Barcelona, partly because he kept getting nutmegged.
  • Harry Winks has injury issues, Eric Dier has regressed, as has Victor Wanyama while you wonder whether Moussa Sissoko can sustain last season’s form.

Read full article: espnfc.com

  • By Eric Maxim | on July 16, 2019 By Eric Maxim / The Times Record
  • THE TOPSHAM RECREATION DEPARTMENT is holding its Mt. Ararat Soccer Camp this week at the Foreside Field Complex in Topsham.
  • Mt. Ararat High School boys soccer coach Jack Rioux and his staff are working with athletes from kindergarten through eighth grade.

Read full article: timesrecord.com

  • 1. Phantogram – Into Happiness
  • 2. Say Yes Dog – Feel Better
  • 3. Slum Sociable – Life Is Free
  • 4. Two Door Cinema Club – Dirty Air
  • 5. Courtship – Guy Stuff
  • 6. Operator Music Band – Squaresoft
  • 7. Sleater-Kinney – Hurry on Home
  • 8. FUKC – Ride
  • 9. Seratones – Gotta Get to Know Ya
  • 10. Pleasure Craft – Work It Out feat. Mingjia
  • 11. Fujiya & Miyagi – Gammon
  • 12. Freeda – Replay
  • 13. Childcare – Sugarcane
  • 14. Yeasayer – Fluttering in the Floodlights
  • 15. Palm Springsteen – Sister Sister

Read full article: magneticmag.com

  • Legendary jazz trumpeter Bobby Bradford next month will play at the Santa Monica Public Library, which has become a music hot spot in a city that has lost its most adventurous music venues.
  • Representing three generations of the LA musical underground, the sextet will perform a set of original music as part of the library’s Soundwaves concert series.
  • They have accompanied free jazz legend Anthony Braxton and Horace Tapscott, leader of the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, as well as Elton John and Patti Smith.

Read full article: surfsantamonica.com

  • Medics saved the life of a Dundee teenager after she took drugs at the Trnsmt music festival.
  • The 16-year-old is said to have taken ill at the event on Glasgow Green in the city centre on Friday and was rushed to the medical tent by her worried pals.
  • After receiving medical attention, the schoolgirl was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
  • Her mother told the Tele: ” The medical attention she received at the festival saved her life – it was amazing.

Read full article: eveningtelegraph.co.uk