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ESPN 30 for 30 returned last night with 'Broke', a documentary on pro athletes going bankrupt

Judging by their tweets, a lot of American athletes woke up this morning and resolved to be more careful with their money.

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ESPN’S BRILLIANT 30 for 30 series made its much anticipated return to American screens on Tuesday night with the premiere of “Broke”, a 90-minute documentary about pro athletes who squandered a fortune.

As expected it was compelling viewing and its message seems to have hit home with a lot of sports stars who were tweeting as they watched last night.

The series continues next week with 9.79*, a look at the infamous men’s 100m final at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.

ESPN 30 for 30 returned last night with 'Broke', a documentary on pro athletes going bankrupt
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