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Streaming link for soccer

Postby Mescal » Thu Sep 05, 2013 12:07 pm

So, I don't have cable, cause I don't want to have cable. Cause I hate 95% of the thing that come on television, and I don't want to support that.

I only have the two national television channels, and mostly they also do sports.

But, since our national football team is doing pretty good, the 'out' games are on a cable network.

So, anyone can get me a good working streaming link for tomorrows game:

Schotland - Belgium.

Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase

Thanks.

(I have to stay home, cause of baby and all that, otherwise I would just watch the game in a bar)
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby creep » Thu Sep 05, 2013 12:26 pm

i don't know if this site works in whatever country you live in but they post a bunch of links

you have to deal with a few popup ads but if you have an ad blocker it works good.

http://firstrowus1.eu/sport/football.html
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Matz » Thu Sep 05, 2013 1:05 pm

:lol: wrong place to ask, man...but best of luck gettin hooked up
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Larry B. » Thu Sep 05, 2013 5:16 pm

A few minutes before the game, check out www.reddit.com/r/soccer. There will be a "Match Thread" for the game, you click there and you will see match info and several working streams.

BTW, Belgium is looking really strong. It'd be nice to see them in the World Cup. :rockon:
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Matz » Thu Sep 05, 2013 5:53 pm

Denmark wont be goin, I hope you soccer fans will get over it. We recently lost 0-4 to Armenia in a home game.... :nod: :confused:
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Artemis » Thu Sep 05, 2013 6:28 pm

Does Denmark usually qualify for the world cup?
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Matz » Thu Sep 05, 2013 7:22 pm

yeah, we've qualified to a lot of them actually. We're usually sent home after the first three games in the group though but occasionally we've done really well. In 98 we almost beat Brazil and would have made it to the semi finals. But those were the good old days when we had some serious world class players
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Larry B. » Thu Sep 05, 2013 8:58 pm

Schmeichel + the Laudrups. All you need to get to quarter finals. I remember rooting for Denmark in that match.

But losing to Armenia is a new low, really. How do you reckon they'd fare against Tahiti?
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Mescal » Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:26 pm

Matz wrote:Denmark wont be goin, I hope you soccer fans will get over it. We recently lost 0-4 to Armenia in a home game.... :nod: :confused:


0 - 4 . Wow.

And yeah, I remember Michael Laudrup.

Didn't Denmark have a good team somewhere in the 90's? I remember them buying a hard nut to crack. Not a winning time, but a hard team to win against.
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Mescal » Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:30 pm

Larry B. wrote:
BTW, Belgium is looking really strong. It'd be nice to see them in the World Cup. :rockon:


Yeah, I'd love to see them in a world cup too. Haven't been in a world cup since '98 I think, and we haven't had a good team since '90.

But, even though we have all the individual talents to make our team the best in the world (I mean, if we don't do it know, we never will), the individual talents don't make a good team. Like Hazard, hailed as the best player in the Premier League, isn't really up to par in the national team. Same with Fellaini, Witsel, ....

But we have the best goal keeper in the world (Courtois) and we have Vince!

It's also good to see that our football team brings some 'national' spirit in our country. With the country being a little bit divided between Flemish people and Walloons these days.

Thanks for the links (I hope they work :neutral: )
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Mescal » Sat Sep 07, 2013 4:46 am

We won!!!

0 - 2!

And Croatia against Serbia was 1 - 1.

So, one more point out of 2 games and we are on our way to Brazil!
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Larry B. » Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:01 am

Mescal wrote:We won!!!

0 - 2!

And Croatia against Serbia was 1 - 1.

So, one more point out of 2 games and we are on our way to Brazil!


:rockon:

Belgium is on the list of teams I'd like to see in Brazil. If my purchase of tickets goes well, I'll see three teams seeded in pot 1 of the draw, two teams in pot 2 and one team in pot 3. I reckon Belgium will be in pot 2.

Truth be told, I'd be excited to watch any team. I don't really care for Portugal, but watching Cristiano Ronaldo would be amazing. The Netherlands aren't playing well, but I'd love to see Robben, Sneijder and Van Persie. And as much as I dislike France, it'd be sweet watching Ribéry and Evra. Seeing any Man United player would be a dream come true.

I get a weird feeling in my stomach just thinking of the possibility of seeing Spain or Germany.
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Mescal » Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:08 am

It s cool you re going to brazil to watch the soccer, i hope everything works out for you.

I was never a fan of ronaldo, but after seeing him at the european cup, i have to say, he can really carry a team.

Ribery is a fantastic player. He s a guy who can decide a game on his own
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Larry B. » Mon Sep 09, 2013 5:15 am

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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby krakle » Sun Sep 15, 2013 1:06 pm

Larry B. wrote:Image


??? :hs:
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Larry B. » Sun Sep 15, 2013 4:01 pm

krakle wrote:
Larry B. wrote:Image


??? :hs:


China U-21, apparently.

One billion people and can't find 11 good football players.
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby clickie » Sun Sep 15, 2013 4:14 pm

I see this type of shit happen all the time in soccer tournaments. The goalie gets all lackadaisical and allows an easy goal. Thats why USA cant relate.
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Mescal » Sun Sep 15, 2013 10:47 pm

clickie wrote:I see this type of shit happen all the time in soccer tournaments. The goalie gets all lackadaisical and allows an easy goal. Thats why USA cant relate.


Well, ok for the goalie, but those 3 defenders fucked up as well
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Re: Streaming link for soccer

Postby Bandit72 » Wed Aug 30, 2017 2:27 pm

Larry, on a scale of 1- 10, how much do you follow Chilean football, or indeed other SA football that isn't Brazil or Argentina? This is purely for gambling reasons. :lol:
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