Friedel feels right at home in England

Updated: October 2, 2002, 9:10 PM ET
By Jim Litke | Associated Press

WEST BROMWICH, England -- This is Monday night football with a twist.

Friedel: In his element.

The Hawthorns, the 26,000-seat home of West Bromwich Albion, is rocking like the ``Dawg Pound'' used to in Cleveland's old Municipal Stadium with the ball on the 1-yard line and Bernie Kosar settling in over center.

Only here, it rocks that way from kickoff to final whistle, and the fans sing nonstop, everything from inspirational hymns to bawdy limericks.

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