For anyone who loves watching live football, the upcoming 2013/14 season looks like it could potentially be one of the best in recent memory. We predict the Premier League to be more enthralling than ever with both the return of Jose Mourinho as Chelsea manager, the appointments of David Moyes as Manchester United manager and Pellegrini at Man City making for a completely new dynamic that will be fascinating to watch as the season plays out.
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La Liga is always a must-watch for football fans who appreciate the beautiful game being played as it should be. With arguably the best 2 players in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, playing for the two titans of the Spanish game (Barcelona and Real Madrid) it will undoubtedly produce some of the most thrilling live football that can be seen anywhere in the world.
This season's Champions League is as unpredictable as it has been at any time in the past decade with teams from Spain, England, Germany and France all being serious contenders to lift the trophy. In recent years the Bundesliga has been particularly strong, as was shown last season when Bayern Munich dominated every other team in the competition and played Borussia Dortmund in the final. Paris Saint Germain, with its vast financial resources that enable to them sign some of the world's most expensive footballing stars will also be a team to look out for as the fixtures progress.
After all this action we can then look forward to what should be the highlight of the 2013 / 2014 season the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. As one of football's global giants, it will be fascinating to see Brazil playing on their home turf (especially at the iconic Maracana Stadium) as they are challenged by other footballing powerhouses like Germany, Argentina and Spain.
To get the most enjoyment out of the upcoming feast of football on TV you need to get out of the house and either get to a match where possible or watch it down at your local pub or bar. As we're sure you'll agree, football is best enjoyed in the company of others!!