I’m a Dish Network subscriber so the Setanta deal with the EPL has filled me with an incurable envy. According to Soccer TV, the following broadcasting rights for EPL in the US are as follows: • Saturdays at 7:30am ET: Setanta Sports USA • Saturdays at 10am ET: Setanta Sports USA has the 1st and 3rd picks, FOX Soccer Channel has the 2nd and 4th picks • Saturdays at 12noon ET: FOX Soccer Channel • Sundays at 8:30am ET or 9am ET: Setanta Sports USA • Sundays at 11am ET: FOX Soccer Channel • Mondays at 3pm ET: FOX Soccer Channel • Tuesdays-Fridays: Setanta Sports USA has the 1st pick, FOX Soccer Channel has the 2nd pick It’s hardly groundbreaking news at this point. I was checking out iTVN as a possible solution to my dilemma and I saw the following on the MUSCUSA site: With the recent announcement that Setanta Sports will have exclusive rights to show more than 90 LIVE Premiership matches during the 2006/2007 season, including every United match and MUTV - USA supporters without DirecTV can still catch all the action with ITVN! Supporters can watch over your existing broadband connection to your TV without the need for a PC or DirecTV! It would appear more and more that FSC won’t be broadcasting any United matches this season, especially seeing last weeks fixtures and this week. On “Fox Football Fone-In”, Nick and Steven were asked directly if the rumors were true and they flatly denied them. Still, one can’t help but wonder. Has anybody heard whether the Tottenham match will be shown?