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Michelle's Musings, Burnley Edition

Manchester United lost to....Burnley? As in, the team that was just promoted? The team that goes by the nickname The Clarets? Fergie's Boys shouldn't be losing to Clarets. How quickly you think the talk of losing Cristiano Ronaldo came up? Ouch!!

ManU had won 17 in a row over newly-promoted teams, and outscored those opponents 44-4. Does this mean they won't win the crown again this year? Hardly. But stunning, nonetheless.

By the way, nice to see Miami still in the running to host World Cup matches in 2018 or 2022. This city would go nuts for La Copa.


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Miami would go nuts if we ge the World Cup. We hope MLS will be here before that.

I think Burnley winning over Manchester United was great for the EPL. It's so early in the season, but it just feels like it will be really close for awhile competitively.

Who could have thought that watching games from the comfort of a couch is reporting.

That was an aberration.

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