最終都要出外升學，九四年抵步加拿大，第一時間要搵波踢，搵波睇。好在有裝cable，有 TSN 嘅 Soccer Saturday。好老實講，西人講波佬無咁多閒話，實話實說，分析深入，不過總係少咗份歸屬感。不過，響九十年代，足球響加拿大係恐龍活動，無乜人講，有得一個鐘頭嘅 Soccer Saturday，就一定係公仔麵撈電視汁。
起碼，Soccer Saturday 呢個節目，令我睇到九十年代曼聯王朝的精彩賽事，更加係幫助我溶入加拿大生活的第一條「生命線」。
最近彷彿回憶起九十年代嘅事，先留意到當年我每個星期都會響電視見到嘅 Soccer Saturday 主持 Graham Legatt 已經響二零一五年去世。
多謝您，Graham (同 TSN)！
Tuning in to follow your favorite football clubs (football means English football, for one last time) on a Saturday is as easy as pie these days.
But not so much 25 years ago.
For some reason, I feel nostalgic after the calendar year has flipped. You know, it is just strange. I think I already struggle to keep my new year resolutions accountable…or did I have any? Manchester United is riding a 7-game winning streak. As a Red Devils fan, this feels like a long time coming.
It has been a while since I watch some beautiful football by the giant club. In fact, it brings me back to the glory days in the 90’s. The Cantonas, the Beckhams, the Scholes, the Butts (yeh…haha), the Nevilles (yes, there are two)…OGS (a.k.a. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) adds only grey hair to his baby face; his brain remains sharp to go alongside with the underrated appearance.
25 years ago, if you happened to be around in Canada and you were a football fan, you would probably have had glued your butt to your couch to watch “Soccer Saturday on TSN.”
I just knew that Graham Leggat passed away three and a half years later…like literally 20 minutes before I started typing this. OMG.
Thank you, TSN. Thank you Graham Leggat.
You have helped kick-away homesickness for me.