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Credit where it's due to the club for voting against it. Insane that there are middling clubs out there who think their fans would actually accept this. What goes on in the heads of officials at Burnley, for example, in thinking their fans would endorse this crap?

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Just now, Jevans said:

All the tight arses in here will

have to go back to radio Leicester and teletext to follow the game and catch the highlights on match of the day at 2230. 

You gonna pay for us? Help some fellow fans out? 

 

You seem to be rolling in the cash. 

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6 minutes ago, goose2010 said:

If that's true (no reason it wouldn't be) thry fair play to us. 

 

 

https://twitter.com/martynziegler/status/1314585749417844741?

 

 

In a reply he says apparently Woodward voted in favour despite this, then quotes the JP tweet after that. Going to be some interesting to see what comes out from this...

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so if a game is scheduled to be televised on sky i can buy a now tv day pass for £9.99. if its not scheduled, then its £14.95? what sort of madness is that? call me a cynic but watch the now TV day pass price suddenly leap up overnight and sky will say that they have done it to be "fair" to supporters of all clubs who do not have access to satellite broadcasts.

 

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1 minute ago, urban fox said:

so if a game is scheduled to be televised on sky i can buy a now tv day pass for £9.99. if its not scheduled, then its £14.95? what sort of madness is that? call me a cynic but watch the now TV day pass price suddenly leap up overnight and sky will say that they have done it to be "fair" to supporters of all clubs who do not have access to satellite broadcasts.

 

Yep exactly, said something similar in a post earlier. Even more ridiculous when you point out that the day pass gets you another 22 hours worth of sky sports on top of the match (so potentially triple the football, plus F1/rugby etc), whereas the PPV will just be the single game...

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You really can't blame people for going for streams instead. I could understand if it was for a 3pm game and it would affect the lower/ non-league gates but to ask to pay more for matches on a Sunday evening?

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Really needs to be an organised boycott of this. Can’t believe they charge this sort of price and then have the nerve to try and get streams banned, can you really blame people for turning to streaming? 

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2 hours ago, Peckfortonfox said:

It’s is but I did it for the West Ham game and justified it be thinking I’d be spending a lot more if I was actually going the game.

Given the result I regret my decision 

They can't justify it, but say if you went to a live concert you'd be paying £100 and some, if you watch the video/stream it'd be a fiver, 20%. This lot are charging 70%. Fvckin rip off. It's almost as though they're making a point  by over charging to justify not making pay per view viable because they numbers will be low.

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