La Liga 2019/20

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  1. shemnel

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    thanks for the tips, i've been to Madrid many many times, but not to any football games yet. I've my eyes on an Atletico game yes.
     
  2. cptaidan88

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    The Spanish FA with a bit of a win from a supporter point of view (in the long term). They've stopped La Liga playing games on Friday and Monday nights, apart from in certain circumstances.

    It means the games that were scheduled on Fridays and Mondays upto the end of August have been moved, which is a bit of a pain for anyone who had booked.

    Can't imagine its great news for their TV deal, so knowing Tebas he's probably not going to accept it.
     
  3. FCBarca

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    Primera Liga kicks off in San Mames sans Leo but with new additions - unfortunately Valverde remains making it impossible to predict how the season will ultimately end. In Europe anyway because Barcelona should win the league again due to Messi and De Jong. Frenkie is every bit the generational talent he has shown to be for a couple years now, with elite teammates (Particularly Messi) I am optimistic of the entertaining possibilities going forward. FDJ was sensational in pre-season and has yet to actually play with Leo in a match = but he is a throwback to the profile of midfielder you simply do not see much of anymore. His impact will truly be special IMHO

    Neymar sideshow aside, still issues to reconcile internally apart from Valverde. Coutinho, Rakitic & Vidal are all players that shouldn't be in the squad any longer while Puig absolutely should. Meanwile, Dembele is fit for his last chance at Barcelona - especially now with Griezmann to link up with on/off the pitch. Like Mendy, Dembouz has it all to prove or he will surely be shown the exit. I liked what I saw this summer and in training sessions, a lot to be optimistic about but injuries are impossible to predict
     
  4. cptaidan88

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    And its live on ITV 4.
     
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  5. FCBarca

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    My tv guide is showing World Series of Darts? Just not updated I wonder
     
  6. Murph

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    ITV have only agreed a deal to show 3 games recently, still in talks about showing more.

    2 Barca games and 1 R Madrid game announced.
     
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  7. decmancity

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    I wonder if we will hear from Tebas this week? or is he barricaded inside his office after he only managed to pull of a MASSIVE deal with ITV for one game a week.

    Spent all summer banging on about City and the spending in the prem, spanish clubs spend over 1bn and still no ones interested.
     
  8. lancs blue

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    It's barm so STFU.
    I'd be more interested in watching the other teams tbh, Barca and the Madrid teams are on our screens often enough in the CL.
     
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  9. cptaidan88

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    I fully agree, but ITV have to take the view of cost per game shown divided by number of likely viewers. You're not going to get too many desperate to watch Leganes v Osasuna this weekend.

    I'd even be happy with a good round up show like Revista de la Liga used to be.
     
  10. xgorton

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    It's definitely on ITV 4 tonight ko 8 pm
     

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