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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
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charleyfarley 5:15 Fri Oct 9
Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Premier League games not selected for broadcast in October will be available to fans on a pay-per-view basis.

The five fixtures per round not already picked to be shown live, will be available on BT Sport Box Office or Sky Sports Box Office, priced at £14.95.

Clubs have agreed this "interim solution" to allow fans to continue watching their team live.

The Premier League said it and its clubs "remain committed to the safe return of fans as soon as possible".

Football has been played behind closed doors since the coronavirus lockdown.

Former Manchester United and England right-back Gary Neville, now a television pundit, said on social media it was a "really bad move" by the Premier League.

The Premier League and UK government had hoped to bring fans back into stadiums from 1 October but those plans were scrapped following an increase in coronavirus cases.

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chav_corner 1:57 Wed Oct 14
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Hammers United statement on proposed pay for view football.

http://hammersunited.com/hammers-united-statement-on-pay-per-view-football/

ted fenton 3:06 Sun Oct 11
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BOMBSHELL REPORT CLAIMS MANCHESTER UNITED AND LIVERPOOL DRIVING PLANS TO RADICALLY RESHAPE FOOTBALL

Extraordinary changes could be implemented across English football according to a bombshell report published in the Telegraph, which says that Manchester United and Liverpool are driving the controversial proposals.

The paper has gained access to a “Revitalisation” document laying out proposed changes including reducing the Premier League to 18 clubs, axing the League Cup and the Community Shield, and changing the promotion system.

https://www.eurosport.com/football/premier-league/2020-2021/bombshell-report-claims-manchester-united-and-liverpool-driving-plans-to-radically-reshape-football_sto7942813/story.shtml

RBshorty 2:34 Sun Oct 11
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While the SPIVS pull the strings. The club won’t be getting a penny from me. Regardless who making money from any TV deal.

White Pony 1:33 Sun Oct 11
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Never been enough of a mug to fork out for Sky or BT, and I won’t be partaking in this either thanks.

Takashi Miike 1:31 Sun Oct 11
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
it's profiteering, and has fuck all to do with fans wanting something for free. it's pure greed

Hermit Road 12:58 Sun Oct 11
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Paying for Sky gives you the opportunity to watch a certain a,punt of games every season. Same for BT.

This is an opportunity to buy extra games.

Take or leave it, getting the hump because you seem to think your Sky/BT subscription should cover it doesn’t make sense.

Just because you want something for free, it doesn’t mean other people have to give it to you at their own expense.

zico 8:37 Sat Oct 10
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I'm hardly going to pay that when I've already cancelled BT Sport because they were putting it up from my £6 a month deal (not even HD) to £10. Sod that considering it's only West Ham games I watch.

letsalldotheBarthez 7:28 Sat Oct 10
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This whole PPV stinks, pure greed. This potentially could lead to the likes of Sky showing Fulham v Burnley and the major big game matches becoming PPV only each week.

geoffpikey 7:11 Sat Oct 10
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£15 ?

Football has lost its collective mind .player "wages' at the root.
.
I would maybe pay £5. For faultless hi'res stream.

Dandy Lyon 7:02 Sat Oct 10
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I’ve requested to pay for the West Ham games in instalments over 5 years


I’ll then renege on payments after the first couple

El Scorchio 6:26 Sat Oct 10
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Dandy- yes very true. But you are right as it definitely won’t happen in any significant numbers.

Alfs 6:13 Sat Oct 10
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G&S tried to push an amendment through, making it £149.50 per game but were voted down.

Takashi Miike 5:17 Sat Oct 10
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Yeovil v Wrexham (live)


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C06xg1w_gWQ

ted fenton 5:13 Sat Oct 10
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Sadly there will be mugs that will pay this the Premiere league has already received payment for TV rights along with the clubs yet they still want to rip off supporters !
Feck them all.

Dandy Lyon 12:29 Sat Oct 10
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
But they could cancel their current sports subs

El Scorchio 11:41 Fri Oct 9
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Dandy Lyon 11:13

Actually we probably don't. It's probably almost zero cost for them to offer seen as they get all the live transmissions anyway, so it's not really any skin off their nose even if no-one subscribes.

Sarge 11:35 Fri Oct 9
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Pay for a season ticket - and sky + bt - and yet still have to Ppv?

Fuck that

Football and sky / bt are eating themselves

My cash will go to a non league club.

Sarge 11:35 Fri Oct 9
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Pay for a season ticket - and sky + bt - and yet still have to Ppv?

Fuck that

Football and sky / bt are eating themselves

My cash will go to a non league club.

Dandy Lyon 11:13 Fri Oct 9
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
As usual us fans have the power to stop this.


But as usual, as seen with us against the owners, we won’t work together to stop it.

Sydney_Iron 10:51 Fri Oct 9
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I bet Liverpool or ManU fans won’t give a shit, like everything in football these days it’s the perceived smaller clubs supporters who will have to pay if they want to watch there team, unless of course they are playing a “big 6” side


Cunts

4ever-blowin-bubbles 10:36 Fri Oct 9
Re: Premier League introduce PPV £14.95 per match for those not being televised by SKY & BT
Just more greed from football clubs and the sad thing is some will pay it

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