The Premier League Guide

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The Premier League Guide

by AthleticoSpizz » 04 Aug 2019 20:31

Picked up the NOTW (Sun) today :oops:

In amongst the cellophane wrapped insert is the Premier League Guide 2019/2020.

Nobody in this household has even bothered to tear open the plastic....let-alone read its content.

Sign of the times? $ky and BT providing all of the hype that you need to know about the game?, no need to read about the top-guns anymore ?

No Premier League interest whatsoever here...has football slowly ate itself?


MOTD plays second fiddle to Quest too

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Re: The Premier League Guide

by The Enfield Royal71 » 04 Aug 2019 23:58

Quest is still abysmal. They don't even edit out blatant mistakes and the presenter is a helmet.

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Re: The Premier League Guide

by From Despair To Where? » 05 Aug 2019 00:58

Can't really be sure of the last time I watched or even considered watching MOTD. Must have been 2012/13 season. It's about 20 years since I took any real interest in the Premier League outside our participation in it. I mean, I vaguely know what's going on but don't really give too much of a shit.

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Re: The Premier League Guide

by Stranded » 05 Aug 2019 07:50

The PL coverage has moved this season here in Germany back to Sky. Cost has gone up from 9.99 per month for a channel with nearly every other major sporting rights, to 29.99 just because it is Sky - Sky don't even have the monopoly on the Bundesliga anymore so can't even claim that as a major selling point.

Simply won't watch enough to fork out €360 a year, so will be dodgy feeds or the pub for games I fancy. To be honest, outside of watching the Reading games on iFollow, barely bother with other football now - tends to be the fallback if I can't find anything else to watch.

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