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ESPN Looking For Premier League Fans!

ESPN Looking For Premier League Fans!

PREMIER LEAGUE FOOTBALL FANS WANTED

EPSN, a major sports broadcaster is looking for Premier League football fans to take part in a new on air campaign.

The idea is to use real fans in various different environments. Some would feature something as simple as a family of football fans sat on their sofa in their home shirts, while others could be more creative - a Stoke fan making a Stanley Matthews jug in a local pottery for instance. There really are no hard and fast rules to what we are trying to achieve, we just want passionate football fans that are proud to support their club.

So if you`re a fan of one of England`s top flight teams and want to take part in a TV campaign we would love to hear from you. Please email dominicc@brucedunlop.com or call 0203 206 7658 for more details.

I hope to speak to you soon!

Thanks,

Dominic

(Info needed if you email: Club you support, a number to call you on, how long you've supported the club, where you hang out on match days, a picture if you have one of yourself in your team's colours + any other details you deem appropriate!)

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday July 16 2009
Time: 5:18PM

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If you answered your phone dominic!!! lol
Mikey D
16/07/2009 18:17:00
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On top up TV which is on Freeview ESPN are broadcasting instead of Setanta. Looks like they may bid for some Prem games hence the publicity.
denno4
20/07/2009 13:52:00
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