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August
Manchester United v Swansea Sat 16 12:45pm - BT Sport
Arsenal v Crystal Palace Sat 16 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Liverpool v Southampton Sun 17 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Newcastle United v Manchester City Sun 17 4pm - Sky Sports
Burnley v Chelsea Mon 18 8pm - Sky Sports
Aston Villa v Newcastle United Sat 23 12:45pm - BT Sport
Everton v Arsenal Sat 23 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Hull City v Stoke City Sun 24 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Sunderland v Manchester United Sun 24 4pm - Sky Sports
Manchester City v Liverpool Mon 25 8pm - Sky Sports
Burnley v Manchester United Sat 30 12:45pm - BT Sport
Everton v Chelsea Sat 30 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool Sun 31 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Leicester City v Arsenal Sun 31 4pm - Sky Sports

 

September
Arsenal v Manchester City Sat 13 12:45 - BT Sport
Liverpool v Aston Villa Sat 13 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Manchester United v Queens Park Rangers Sun 14 4pm - Sky Sports
Hull City v West Ham United Mon 15 8pm - Sky Sports
Queens Park Rangers v Stoke City Sep 20 12.45pm - BT Sport
West Ham United v Liverpool Sat 20 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Leicester City v Manchester United Sun 21 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Manchester City v Chelsea Sun 21 4pm - Sky Sports
Liverpool v Everton Sat 27 12:45pm - BT Sport
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur Sat 27 5:30pm - Sky Sports
West Bromwich Albion v Burnley Sun 28 4pm - Sky Sports
Stoke City v Newcastle United Mon 29 8pm - Sky Sports
 

October
Aston Villa v Manchester City Sat 4 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Manchester Utd v Everton Sun 5 12pm - BT Sport
Chelsea v Arsenal Sun 5 2:05pm - Sky Sports
West Ham United v Queens Park Rangers Sun 5 4:15pm - Sky Sports
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur Sat 18 12.45pm - BT Sport
Queens Park Rangers v Liverpool Sun 19 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Stoke City v Swansea City Sun 19 4pm - Sky Sports
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United Mon 20 8pm - Sky Sports
West Ham United v Manchester City Sat 25 12:45pm - BT Sport
Swansea City v Leicester City Sat 25 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Burnley v Everton Sun 26 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Manchester United v Chelsea Sun 26 4pm - Sky Sports
Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa Mon 27 8pm - Sky Sports

 

November
Newcastle v Liverpool Sat 1 12:45pm - BT Sport
Manchester City v Manchester United Sun 2 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 2 4pm - Sky Sports
Crystal Palace v Sunderland Mon 3 8pm - Sky Sports
Liverpool v Chelsea Sat 8 12:45pm - BT Sport
Queens Park Rangers v Manchester City Sat 8 5:30pm - Sky Sports
West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United Sun 9 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Swansea City v Arsenal Sun 9 4pm - Sky Sports
Arsenal v Manchester United Sat 22 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Crystal Palace v Liverpool Sun 23 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 23 4pm - Sky Sports
Aston Villa v Southampton Mon 24 8pm - Sky Sports
West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal Sat 29 12:45pm - BT Sport
Sunderland v Chelsea Sat 29 5:30pm - Sky Sports
Southampton v Manchester City Sun 30 1:30pm - Sky Sports
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton Sun 30 4pm - Sky Sports

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For some people watching football on TV and not in person doesn't feel right.

Can we all make a pact, that once we're all blessed with children we show them that football isn't a television programme.

The Channel it's on couldn't be less relevent.

Preaching to the wrong crowd mate half the people that post in here have never been to a live match.

 

 

IF YOUR WATCHING ON THE TELLY YOUR A c*nt

IF YOUR WATCHING ON THE TELLY YOUR A c*nt

IF YOUR WATCHING ON THE TELLY

WATCHING ON THE TELLY

WATCHING ON THE TELLY YOUR A c*nt

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Just got this activated and the guy on the phone was saying they should be showing games from the under 21's on ss5 and also showing more pre season games on ss1 & ss2

Also said he reckons the channel numbers will be arranged

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For some people watching football on TV and not in person doesn't feel right.

Can we all make a pact, that once we're all blessed with children we show them that football isn't a television programme.

The Channel it's on couldn't be less relevent.

Preaching to the wrong crowd mate half the people that post in here have never been to a live match.

I bet the vast majority of people have, I'd go as far as saying 90% upwards.

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I agree with you to an extent Kompressor but up until fans come together to do something about the ridiculous cost of tickets I don't blame anyone for not going to games. Too many love to preach about how they're proper fans and use it as a way of justifying being mugged off by their club with ridiculous prices, up until that thinking is less prevalent I don't see it becoming a more affordable hobby that the average person can justify.

A good day out at a premiership football game on the beers and that will probs cost you around 80 quid. Not really that difficult to afford a few games a season if you're working. Obvs its more if you support a team at another end of the country so then you have to pay hotel n train money etc, but that's what you get get for being a glory hunting c*nt.

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You see, this is what pisses me off about these TV companies. 

 

first weekend of the season a London derby on at 5.30pm. We all know London Traffic is disgusting but still its pretty straight forward to get from Palace to Islington. 

But no, lets have Southampton fans travel 5 hours for an early kick off. 

 

surely common sense says switch these two around and put on a a couple trains to accommodate the travelling fans. on the Saturday Evening.

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Only activated today, rang up cos I see 2 years free broadband being offered and I'm already Sky TV, telephone and internet.

 

Tried to tell me I couldn't have the free broadband cos I'm on Fibre, which is better than what they offering, I moaned and moaned until she chucked it in.

 

Now to check my bill...

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What a dusty channel

 

It has gone from being the new home of European Football to the home of Sports in less than a year

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BT reveals Champions League & Europa League coverage details

BT Sport will broadcast all 351 Champions League and Europa League matches next season.

 

It will make some matches available for everyone to watch, whether a subscriber or not, via a new free-to-air channel called BT Sport Showcase.

The digital TV channel will show a minimum of 12 Champions League matches and 14 Europa League games.

Gary Lineker and Jake Humphrey will present the programmes, with Rio Ferdinand also fronting live coverage.

 

 

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Nah BT are mugging me off though...

BT sport was suppose to be free with BT infinity but now they are telling me that offer is over and I have to pay smh

This is what happens when these channels monopolise the market they are all as bad as eachother

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