"but since you started the exchange, and don't seem to let it go, surely it’s you trying to claim you’re on the higher horse."
Lol. I don't think I mentioned high horses, but since you came into the debate talking down to me, wouldn't that suggest you think you're on an even higher one?
As for "don't seem to let it go", just two little things. First, if I am criticised I reserve the right to reply.Second, last time you and I had a long bad-tempered argument in which you several times accused me of having to have the last word, the last word was had by ... you.
I hadn't noticed Sky Sports say "soccer". But they do seem to act like a branch of Fox Sports. I don't know much about Fox Sports except that when I watch Premiership matches live on the internet on firstrow.eu it is normally the Fox Sports presentation and it is so American I have to go and do something else at half-time to keep my sanity. It's probably that which prompted me to have a go at Jason in the first place. Perhaps Sky/Fox use "soccer" either because they care more about their American audience or because it confuses them to show two sports with a similar name. I don't know, but I do know "soccer" is not what the ordinary British football fan calls it.