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Discussion in 'Soccer Board' started by Wu, Jun 13, 2017.
Ruining the game
You all probably won't think this is funny, but someone might enjoy it/the comments as much as me.
Reddit's Royal Wedding match thread, treating it as a soccer game
Welcome back to our friends at the cottage #Fulham
Probably bs but
Leaked opening PL fixtures: Fulham v Crystal Palace
Leicester v Burnley
Man city v Everton
Bournemouth v Watford
Chelsea v Newcastle
Wolves v Spurs
Southampton v Cardiff
Huddersfield v Man utd
Liverpool v West ham
Arsenal v Brighton
I’m going to predict each team will play every other team twice, home and away.
Gonna go with definite BS because I saw one yesterday with Chelsea v Wolves as an opening weekend fixture.
Nothing is going to be right until the 14th.
Don’t worry, Pep just got shaman cursed by all of Africa
The end is near
Arsenal’s Rwanda partnership already paying off
Rights only cover the UK, no change in broadcasting here
Saw it all over twitter and figured I'd share. Wasn't sure if it changed anything over here
Well I think it is a big deal in that it’s a new, deep-pocketed broadcaster that is interested in rights, which in turn is probably good for viewers and definitely good for the FA
Should mean higher tv payouts probably?
call me old fashioned, but I really hope streaming services don't buy up all the broadcasting rights for live sports.
As a current base cable package subscriber but with Netflix/Amazon/Hulu logins from friends/family... yeah, gotta disagree.
I have netflix and amazon as well (not hulu), but I'd still rather pay for the quality and dependability I get with cable when it comes to live sports.
like I said, feel free to call me old fashioned but I don't want to watch sports on a lag or with a picture that gets fuzzy from time to time.
As a longtime cord cutter, I relish the times when I can get live sports on local channels through my antenna.
UGA/UA National Title game on ESPN streaming was a nightmare. I had to watch the "homer" broadcast to get one that wouldn't buffer
No more replays in the FA Cup 5th round as well
Does anyone even like replays? Always a pain in the ass. It's pretty much a tournament, play by tourney rules and go to extras/penalties.
it's pretty cool when a small side earns a replay on the road against a big club.
Schedule is out. Does that mean time for a new thread?
lol at Unai opening with city
I was planning on going to a home match and an away match in London and all but two opportunities are in April and May (when there is usually nothing to play for at Everton)
Its better than playing them from say October until late December. Peps teams always dominate that part of the season.
yea I don't mind getting City early. their entire starting 11 + some bench players will be coming off the world cup. (except Sane)
#Everton you boys ready to play to a scoreless draw?
Drawing season openers is what we regularly do so yes!
4 weeks, you dirty plonkers
I'd vote for the new thread to start on Monday after the WC final has been digested.
I’m voting for whenever esteemed user Wu damn well pleases
Oh what do you know it passed with a resounding 1-0 vote
Tough but fair
Already putting my 18-19 table together.
Please do a weekly EPL power ranking
It would be an honor and a privilege.
New thread pls
Since we don’t have a new thread this goes here. I clip from the Everton 22-0 friendly
The keeper literally stepped to the side a couple of times.