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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by jimharri, 16 Jul 2019.
We usually go through a website from our very own @shadygiz.
Clamp away suckers.
If Amazon decide that's what they want to do then it will happen. Just dipping their toes in the water atm.
Every single game can be streamed via BEIN Sports or NBC.
The footybites/former reddit crowd aren't worried about this at all and if they're not worried I'm not tbf.
NBCSports in USA show EVERY game live between their 'FREE' (Included in the most basic cable/satellite package) TV channels and online, with the exception of 2 games per round that are only shown via their gold pass for approx. 50 quid a year. And yes, 3pm Saturday means f'all in US.
FYI ... I setup my firetv when in UK with a UK Amazon account. Loaded all the apps and brought it to US. Always start it up with StrongVPN or NordVPN and can watch everything including BBC :)
That’s probably because the games have all been played by then.
I, also, can’t understand why you can’t watch 3.00 ko’s for a fee. Do the powers that be still think that streaming live matches affects live attendance?
If a game is not on telly, then it should be shown on the big screens at the ground if the away allocation is sold out. A small entrance fee to get in and bars open. Everyone's a winner.