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Is your interest in soccer growing with the U.S. doing well at the World Cup?

Asked at Dillons on Massachusetts Street on June 26, 2014

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“Yes it is.”

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“I’ve never considered myself a soccer fan, but during the World Cup and any U.S. game I pay attention.”

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“I don’t know about growing. It was already there.”


Russell Fryberger 3 years, 11 months ago

No, still get bored watching it. I tried but it's just boring.

Leslie Swearingen 3 years, 11 months ago

I totally love soccer and have watched every game. If you didn't watch you missed Suarez bite another player which is the third time he has done this. Seriously, he has done this everytime he has been doing really well as he is an extraordinary player as if to jinx himself.

Now it is nail biting time, deep, deep prayer time.

Dorothy Hoyt-Reed 3 years, 11 months ago

We are season ticket holders to Sporting KC. Soccer games are so exciting, especially live. Some people prefer high scoring sports, but there are all kinds of near misses that keep you on the edge of your seat. That's why it's so fun. And when someone does make a score, well, if it's your team, then it is way more exciting. Also, the fancy footwork of a really good soccer player is almost like a dance. Anyway, that's my take on soccer, and why I like it.

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