Arsenal game moved for TV

21/01/2016  17 Comments  [Jump to last]
Everton's clash with Arsenal, originally a traditional 3pm kick-off, will now take place at 12.45pm on Saturday 19th March.

The match will be screened live by BT Sport.  


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Colin Glassar
1 Posted 22/01/2016 at 07:50:33
Have we ever won a game on BT Sports? I can't remember one.
Ian Jones
2 Posted 22/01/2016 at 07:59:02
Hi Colin. I think the Southampton and Chelsea games earlier this season were on BT Sport. Won those. Not sure about others.

I prefer Monday evening games in Sky. We haven't lost one of those in around 15 matches. Drawn a few!

Ian Jones
3 Posted 22/01/2016 at 08:05:09
And Newcastle. This season the list is endless....or maybe not.
Jim Bennings
4 Posted 22/01/2016 at 09:11:45
Why don't we request more games for the 5:30pm slot on a Saturday, especially at Goodison?

It's always a more lively encounter, I just can't get going for these 12:45 games against the big guns.

Kevin Gillen
5 Posted 22/01/2016 at 09:44:47
That's an early start for me from Grimsby.
Minik Hansen
6 Posted 22/01/2016 at 11:27:21
Great for the club to be shown (adding to that tv-money, right'?) and for us toffee foreigners!

I hope we show a great game, showing the world we mean business. COYB.

Brian Hennessy
7 Posted 22/01/2016 at 11:50:34
Yet another game that I can't watch despite paying for the Sky Sports package.

At least I got my Sky bill cut in half this week when I said I wanted to cancel.

Shane Corcoran
8 Posted 22/01/2016 at 12:10:39
Brian, cut in half? I got €15 off mine for six months up to April. You must have used some serious charm to get a 50% discount.
Eric Myles
9 Posted 22/01/2016 at 12:24:42
Minik (#5), whether the game is shown on BT or Sky or not doesn't really affect us overseas toffees, it's your local TV provider that determines whether you will see the game or not.
Ste Traverse
10 Posted 22/01/2016 at 13:33:35
Oh well Brian #8.

You can't watch the Arsenal home despite having Sky Sports?

There are other ways.


It's called 'using a turnstile'.

Denis Richardson
12 Posted 22/01/2016 at 13:46:15
Oh well, that's my pub session brought forward... wife's going to be chuffed naturally.

(I binned Sky years ago.)

Minik Hansen
14 Posted 22/01/2016 at 21:07:27
Eric, then I must say we're lucky here in Nuuk, Greenland. They show any game that has it's own kick-off time and a couple of games with the same kick-off time – if that makes sense. We've got Danish sport channels Kanal 6, TV3 sport 1 & 2 for the Premier League games.
Alex Kociuba
15 Posted 22/01/2016 at 22:40:39
Sky generally don't let you leave unless you absolutely insist, they will give you gradually better offers until you're put through to the retentions team who will do anything to make you stay with them.

You have to call their bluff to some degree. Tell them you've booked a date for Virgin to be installed and they'll shit their pants. (Don't actually get Virgin though!)

Minik Hansen
17 Posted 23/01/2016 at 03:50:01
Can't you have both Sky and BT?
Phil Sammon
18 Posted 23/01/2016 at 05:10:13
Minik

I didn't realise you lived in Nuuk! I've often thought it might be the place I'd retreat to after commiting some horrible crime.

Phil Sammon
19 Posted 23/01/2016 at 05:11:31
Any FBI agents reading, please disregard the above post.
Brian Hennessy
20 Posted 23/01/2016 at 13:02:13
Shane @8,

They first offer a 10% discount first, you tell them no I still want to disconnect. They pass you on to someone else who might give you 20-30% off. Then they say okay we will pass you on to cancellation dept who offer you another discount.

You really have to call their bluff, but if you play hardball you will eventually get it at 50% off, (I got mine for 9 months at that price) although I must have spent an hour on the phone.

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