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Do You Often Follow Sports News From Other Countries? by PatrickLik: 9:44am On Feb 25, 2020
Do you often follow sports news from other countries?
Re: Do You Often Follow Sports News From Other Countries? by GijHY: 5:34am On Feb 26, 2020
I can’t say that I often track sports news from other countries, but rather I watch them once a week to make up a common understanding. When I bet on sports, I begin to follow more closely the region. For example, this site https://1x-philippine.com/ is dedicated to the Philippines and it is very convenient to track player statistics here.
Re: Do You Often Follow Sports News From Other Countries? by Diokut: 9:48pm On Feb 27, 2020
I like to read the news and keep abreast of events. But most of all I am interested in my country of course.

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