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Old 04-11-2015, 10:04 PM   #1
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Just thinking ....... why not Friday night football Prem
games ?

They are spaced out over sat and sun
why not the odd game on a friday night ?

( Not that I can afford to subscribe to sky
wonder how much it is per month these days ? )
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Old 04-12-2015, 09:45 AM   #2
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iTS obvious that the Prem League top bananas used
the rivalry between sky and bt to get the mega bucks
deal they landed a few weeks ago

Sky are paying a King's randsome for their games
but in the end poor Joe sixpack will have to stump up
the cash as sky will inevitably increase the cost of
monthly subscriptions.

I cant afford it but Im on BT B band so I get the odd
prem match.... maybe one per week now
but have to watch it on the internet... bit stop and start !

Yeah, Friday night aint gonna happen is it
even sat and sun, they seem to like to get the games over
by 6 pm



Sky make a crazy bid for 3 years of Prem League football.......
a stonking 83% higher than the last 3 years and we are the ones who are going to pay

Sky chief executive Jeremy Darroch has admitted that subscribers could see bills rise after the satellite broadcaster paid a record £4.18billion to screen live Premier League football.

The company paid 83 per cent more than it did last time for the rights to broadcast 126 games for three years from 2016.

Rival broadcaster BT paid £960 million – 18 per cent more than last time – for the remaining 42 games.


The total of £5.14billion was far higher than the City had been expecting.



‘We will work hard to minimise anything we do pass on to customers,’ Jeremy Darroch told The Mail on Sunday.
‘We have got Friday night games now with this package, we’ve won the rights to
The Open golf, we can offer box sets on demand to customers.

‘If we keep making the service better then customers are willing to pay a little bit more.’

Sure Jeremy, we just love forking out more and more dosh to Sky !


Sky’s shares fell on the news of the deal, but ended the week only 4 per cent down at 919p.

Jeremy said he would not have paid any price for the Premier League matches.
He added:
‘We’ve got the rights we wanted at a price we can absorb.’

Toby Syfret, of industry experts Enders Analysis, said the total extra spending by Sky
would translate to £10 per month added to the bills of sports channel customers,
but he expected the rise to be limited to a few pounds each month.

Sky increased bills by 10 per cent last September.

Joshua Raymond, the chief market strategist at City Index, said BT had bluffed Sky into bidding so high.
‘Sky has been duped into overpaying significantly,’ he said.


We all need our weekly football fix... they ve got us by
the short and curlys !
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Anybody heard about Man United buying Bale this summer? I heard somthing about 85m pounds the sum of transfer.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by moonshadow View Post
Just thinking ....... why not Friday night football Prem
games ?

They are spaced out over sat and sun
why not the odd game on a friday night ?

( Not that I can afford to subscribe to sky
wonder how much it is per month these days ? )
Friday Night Prem-Footie is due to start season 2016 onwards.

Part of the new package, that sees relegated clubs get £90 million plus, will also see regular Friday night footie.
We've already had one Friday match this season [Man Utd] but that was to do with events clashing and Utd unable to play Sunday/Monday because of Europe.

I think
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