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3 hours ago, Tj hooker said:

Premier League clubs will decide tomorrow whether to continue with controversial pay-per-view games 

This is from 442 

 


The government debate is 9th November. They won’t make any decision on what to until if they know a % of supporters can return after the international break.

 

I felt bad but I paid the £15 on Saturday. I’m used to go to the games, I find it more stressful watching on TV and the added unreliability of streams stress me out further. I also donated £5 to the food bank. 
 

We’re fortunate, the majority of our games are on TV anyway. Saturday was the first time we weren’t on TV this season, I didn’t like paying £15 on Saturday, I think that’s to much & supporters of say less successful clubs end up paying significantly more. 
 

I think asking support to pay £5 per game is fair. 

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28 minutes ago, Scott_M said:


The government debate is 9th November. They won’t make any decision on what to until if they know a % of supporters can return after the international break.

 

I felt bad but I paid the £15 on Saturday. I’m used to go to the games, I find it more stressful watching on TV and the added unreliability of streams stress me out further. I also donated £5 to the food bank. 
 

We’re fortunate, the majority of our games are on TV anyway. Saturday was the first time we weren’t on TV this season, I didn’t like paying £15 on Saturday, I think that’s to much & supporters of say less successful clubs end up paying significantly more. 
 

I think asking support to pay £5 per game is fair. 

Don't feel bad mate it's a choice we can all possibly make I could afford it but choose not to pay as I feel.£15  is far to.much I would pay as you said about 5 or 6 quid  , I relied on a shocking stream which really pissed me off but that's to be expected really .

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10 minutes ago, Ronnie Whelan said:

Heard it's a month, but to be fair did just see it could be two weeks. Likely out of our game though.

Let's hope so...he always seems to score against us at theirs.

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Neville and Carra have just a had a long conversation about the future of football in England and it was a great watch.  Neville was actually brilliant towards the end and it’s definitely worth a watch if it pops up anywhere.

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1 hour ago, Harry's Lad said:

Wasn't sure where to post this but The Laurie Cunningham story is on ITV tonight at 10:45 if anyone's interested.

Cracking player.

It's good if it's the same one I seen last year. Yes good player and sadly a short life. 

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24 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

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Still over priced but people will be stupid enough to pay for it so they'll keep selling it. 

 

In a few years it'll be every game on ppv in the super dooper league.  Football is in a right shocking state. 

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Sky Premier League PPV viewing numbers

Newcastle vs Man Utd - 40k viewers
Leicester vs Aston Villa - 20k
Liverpool vs Sheff Utd - 110k
Arsenal vs Leicester - 140k

Disappointing that so many red paid for our last game tbh. Sooner we cut the demand they stop the PPV supply. These seem a bit high to me 

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