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    Most interesting league...

    Pretty straight forward, What league is the most interesting. For me, Argentinian league. The game flows, theres never a boring second. The technique, speed, it's all very fascinating and great to watch. 2nd would be Bundesliga, which is probably underrated. To me, its better than la liga. Prem. is OVERRATED for sure, I wacth alot of these matches not coz i want to, but coz everybody else at the cafe place isa wacthin it. SerieA aint bad, but if it wasn't for Inter, I dont think i would be watchin too much of it. I would add a poll, but I believe only authorized ppl can do that. Whoever is, plz add one with a list of leagues.
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    Why don't you like EPL? There are overrated players, but there the football there is the best for your eyes. There is no boring second too... Always football, fast football, interesting football...

    But I agree with you about the Argentinean league. I don't have many chance to watch it, but when I do, I never miss it. Just fantastic football...
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    Definetlly serie A, especially next year with JuBe back, stronger Roma, crazy Palermo, very good Fiorentina without penallty, fresh Milan and strong Inter, that will be nice to watch.
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    Argentinean is horrible.. it was better, Brazil league too. The best is certainly EPL, the best teams, the best players, the best organization.

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    zip ur not serious.. Argentinian leag sux? Epl might have the best organization, but Id rather watch Bundesliga anyday
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    The good thing about EPL is that, they have the best coverage. Good commentators, highlights and preview shows.

    I mean, just take a look at Serie A's coverage in TV and compare its video quality to EPL.

    It's a real shame that those who have the rights to broadcast Serie A have ineptly ignored this fact.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zip
    Argentinean is horrible.. it was better, Brazil league too. The best is certainly EPL, the best teams, the best players, the best organization.

    Zip, you must not be serious?? Why do you think Argentinean league sucks, coz you are Brazilian?? it's not right man...
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    Argentinean league and Brazilian, they were already goods championships, but actually is lacking players with good level as it was a few years ago.

    ESTUDIANTES is one of LEADERS in Argentinean League.. it show as is nivel of champioship, it is my opinion. I can is wrong but My opinion is that it was better.

    Brasileirão was one of the best championships in the world even 2003, 2004 even 2006 (actually) it isn't as it was before... The players went to Europe and don't have many players with same nivel. The stadiums isn't full as it was before, the largest public of the country is of Atletico Mineiro, only 57,000 fans. It is very few.. I was in classics "Atlético vs Cruzeiro" with 90,000 fans.. Unhappily, every year the public is going decreasing.

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    Spanish league..in terms of everything. I used to dislike it but only like Barca, but over the times it really grew on me and if you are unbiased, it's the most interesting league.

    You have 4-5 teams right now who are good enough to win the title. You will always see teams from the mid table do good in Europe and it offers the best balance between tactics and "football with heart", it is the best mixture between the offensive, at times headless way of English football and the tactical aspect of Italian football. You can also watch lower table teams play and you don't want to throw up

    Second comes Serie A.

    Premier League, apart of the top6 teams, is just a disgrace to football. Watch once in your life Newcastle-Southhampton, Reading-Sheffield, or Bolton-Charlton and you really don't want to see football again.
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    My top 5 toughest league in the world:

    Spanish La Liga
    Italian Serie A
    Argentinian League
    German Bundeliga
    Brazilian League(s)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karim Abdoun
    My top 5 toughest league in the world:

    Spanish La Liga
    Italian Serie A
    Argentinian League
    German Bundeliga
    Brazilian League(s)
    I don't agree.. Brasileirão is better than German Budeliga..

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    But Germany is more powerful and technical I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by zip
    I don't agree.. Brasileirão is better than German Budeliga..
    Your too patriotic or somethin, coz in my unbiased opinion, both german and argentinian leegs are better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handoyo
    The good thing about EPL is that, they have the best coverage. Good commentators, highlights and preview shows.

    I mean, just take a look at Serie A's coverage in TV and compare its video quality to EPL.

    It's a real shame that those who have the rights to broadcast Serie A have ineptly ignored this fact.


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    And the stadiums in England are alot better than Italy. And the fans in EPL always (almost) attend the matches, it doesn't matter if their team is doing well or not, they just go.

    And about the TV coverage, well, I enjoy watching Italian teams in the Champions League more than Serie A because of the TV coverage. Serie A's TV coverage sucks.

    The same goes for Ligue 1, better coverage than Serie A.
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    The Spanish league is red hot this year...

    There are 5-6 teams that can upset each other, and a number of other decent teams that can do the damage.

    Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla, Zaragoza... And also Espanyol, Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao, Betis, Celta etc are quite good. Most competitive league imo.

    The EPL is quite boring for me. It's always the same thing, only the way the goals are scored is different. Everything there is overrated. Handoyo has singled out the reason why people watch it.
    Unlike the Serie A, the Premier League has to have the best coverage, otherwise only a few people would watch it. While the Serie A has crap tv, but the demand never falls, as people prefer Italian football. For those that understand economics, there's no need to upgrade(higher costs) something that runs on low costs and gives around the same income as the possible upgrade

    Serie A wouldn't be even near the top of competitiveness this year. We already won it (unless we commit a number of suicides)

    The Bundesliga was always my favourite to watch, for its football, fans and the whole atmosphere package in general. The players there are WAY underrated, but people always tend to forget that 2nd in 2002 and 3rd in 2006 world's team, has a team based domestically, and also has a nice catch of South Americans and Africans... It's one of the toughest leagues.

    The Argentinian league is underrated as well, but I think it's too complex for people to understand. The two-championships per year confuses many people. I'm a River Plate fan ever since for many years now, and in the last two or three years I have finally the chance to watch them on a regular basis, and also get to watch the Argentine highlights programme. Argentinian football produces a great deal of players, and they usually are the players to watch in the coming years. Riquelme, Aguero, Tevez, Mascherano, Gago etc are a small figure of the talent the Argentine league produces. It's also very very competitive and has great derby games and superb atmosphere in games.
    Brazilian league is even more complex than Argentinian, but it's very competitive from what I've heard. Most players in the Brazilian league are better than those in the English and French league Brazilians rock!

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    Definitly Serie A best football could watch wholle day ! italian league rox !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko
    Brazilian league is even more complex than Argentinian, but it's very competitive from what I've heard. Most players in the Brazilian league are better than those in the English and French league Brazilians rock!
    Brazilian League have differents champions a lot. The first championship was 1971.

    This is the champions:

    Atletico/MG - 1971
    Atletico/PR - 2001
    Bahia - 1988
    São Paulo - 1977 1986 1991 2006
    Corinthians - 1990 1998 1999 2005
    Cruzeiro - 2003
    Palmeiras - 1972 1973 1993 1994
    Flamengo - 1980 1982 1983 1987* 1992
    Sport - 1987*
    Guarani - 1978
    Inter - 1975 1976 1979
    Grêmio - 1981 1996
    Santos - 2002 2004
    Vasco - 1974 1989 1997 2000
    Fluminense - 1984
    Botafogo - 1995
    Coritiba - 1985

    * In this year (1987).. Flamengo and Sport was champions both.

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    the best league for me is serie a with amazing soccer that i love the second is the bundes liga i just love how the stadiums are always full the games are very enterteining and very fast the whole 90 minutes

    the spanish and the english leagues have really good teams but for me they are really boring to watch

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    Im not biased or anything but EPL is brilliant this year. Man Utd look like they can push Chelsea all the way to the title. Then there is the race for the other two CL places which there is like 2 points seperating 6 teams.

    And down the bottom some big teams are in trouble. West Ham and Newcastle could have serious problems staying up.

    And if your not watching teams like Bolton, Liverpool, Man City then the rest of the games are great to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edgar-inter
    the best league for me is serie a with amazing soccer that i love the second is the bundes liga i just love how the stadiums are always full the games are very enterteining and very fast the whole 90 minutes

    the spanish and the english leagues have really good teams but for me they are really boring to watch
    dats the truth rite there.. finally someone who actually understands...
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