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3. ON THE TUBE: ESPN2 airs Cosmos documentary
September 20th, 2006 1:06PM

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WEDNESDAY, ESPN2, 9 pm ET/6 pm PT
"Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos"
The rise and fall of America's greatest soccer club is chronicled in a documentary the New York Times described as, "Fielding heroes and villains, gentlemen and rogues, booze and women, it plays like the 'Dynasty' of sports documentaries ... This is a movie so unabashedly in love with its subject that even audiences who don't know Giorgio Chinaglia from Georgie Best will leave the theater grinning." It is narrated by Matt Dillon.

WEDNESDAY, Direct Kick; FSN-NY; FSN-NE; 7:30 pm ET/4:30 pm ET.
New York vs. New England
The Red Bulls could leap-frog past Kansas City and into the playoff zone with a win over the New England Revolution. Tonight's game marks the fourth encounter between the Bulls and Revs. The first ended in a tie (0-0); New England won the last two (3-2; 1-0).


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