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NBC sports’ Rebecca Lowe talks Premier League

Apr 17, 2013, 9:07 AM EDT

The British broadcaster joined The Crossover to talk soccer – or is it football? – and give fans a taste of what they can expect from NBC Sports Group’s coverage of next season’s Premier League.

As US-based studio host, the highly-rated Lowe will anchor a talented team of analysts with vast knowledge of the English game. All 380 matches will be available live, with more than 600 hours of studio and original programming on the NBC Sports Network surrounding the League.

Watch Lowe talk about cultural differences as she prepares to front NBC’s unprecedented coverage:

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  1. footballer4ever - Apr 17, 2013 at 9:44 AM

    Let’s hope Rebecca does not get pressured into calling Premier League football matches, soccer, ala, Arlo White.
    Btw, do any of the authors know if the games on NBC/NBCSN will have SAP capabilities for spanish speaking viewers?

    • golazojones - Apr 20, 2013 at 11:12 PM

      Practically all former colonies of England call the game soccer. It’s an English word. The people from that country who whine about the term soccer also attempt to pin the term on Americans. South Africans call it soccer, Australians, Canadians,etc. And, calcio is the term in Italy.

      So, stop whining.

      I also want to know if it is going to have SAP for Spanish speakers.

  2. overtherepermanently - Apr 17, 2013 at 10:37 AM

    I think “fetching” is the right word.

  3. tifosi73 - Apr 18, 2013 at 12:09 PM

    Football.

  4. golazojones - Apr 20, 2013 at 11:14 PM

    I don’t care what it is called in America.

    But, it will end up being called “futbol” before it will be called “football” , I am willing to bet, lol. I would prefer it called “futbol”, honestly.

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