Miami to play in Great Britain in '07

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  1. kastofsna

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    Have fun! Tell the team to have some tea and crumpets. :tease:
     
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    wow...so Miami fans only get 7 home games...that blows...
     
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    Well I can only hope when it is Houston's time I hope our season tickets get the prorated price !! Z
    Bad enuff we gotta pay full price for preseason games, but to lose a reg. season game on top of it, well that would just suck if it wasn't deducted !!
     
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    for the money they make you pay for season tickets, they should fly y'all out to england and back.
     
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    This is stupid. It's the NATIONAL Football League, not the International Football League.
     
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    While i agree it's not the best idea, I realize that the NFL is trying to build a larger fan base. If i were the nfl, i'd do it, but not with the dolphins, bills, and giants.... I'd do it with teams i could be proud of: the chargers, colts, etc.
     
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    The Premier League in Britain or any other European soccer league doesn't have regular season games in the United States. They play American or familiar opponents in what is called a friendly match. An exhibition. If a team is going to play in Europe, why not schedule an extra preseason game instead of screwing with a teams regular season schedule. Why does it need to get more exposure anyway? It's already a money making machine.
     


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    but they hope it'll be a more money making machine.
     

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