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Discussion in 'MLS: General' started by ojsgillt, Oct 1, 2003.
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and they do about as good a job hiding the result in the title
Why on earth do they have Open Cup scores on the MLS Cup page?
They don't even distinguish it from the regular season game. Of all the people they should know the difference.
more proof that the average american "internet soccer fan" is retarded.
You have to be a complete f////king moron to not want to spoil a result for yourself and go on soccer websites that discuss the very result you don't want to read about. You just don't get it, I guess.
What's next? Petition uefa.com to put [R]s and also to take the live scores off their front page because YOU are taping the game at home while at work for that evening's entertainment?
Okay, let's do dat.. How do you make a petition?
Right on; that is one of the most clear-minded and sensible points I have read on here in a while.
In regards to the link, who in the world puts an [R] in the title when the title completely explains the result??? Too many people make no sense.
Are we sure that's what those R's are for? Can anyone think of what else they might be?