With 48 hours to go, I can't find a broadcaster who's taken the option for the Split game. If no mainstream broadcaster has it, what are the options?
On a wider point, it begs two questions a) if not, why not? and b) does EFC have the option to broadcast it at, say, £5/£10 a shot?
And to add to the mix, if it looks like we're hanging in the balance after the first leg, how quickly will the rights for the away leg be picked up? Not that I'm paranoid, like...
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1 Posted 15/08/2017 at 20:48:07
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3 Posted 16/08/2017 at 10:26:45
Fingers crossed as no chance of getting to either game !
4 Posted 16/08/2017 at 11:18:25
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7 Posted 16/08/2017 at 11:33:31
It's an absolute disgrace.
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22 Posted 17/08/2017 at 13:11:32
I bet if this had been Arsenal or dare I say that lot across the park it would have been on prime time TV for all to see.
I've said it before if I could buy a TV season ticket and thought it was going to be a reliable stream I would jump at the chance but I suppose this time I will have to make do with the YouTube feed and not some dodgy Internet feed.
23 Posted 17/08/2017 at 13:36:09
Re TV. Just so you know, got this reply from ITV 4: "We won't be showing the match tomorrow as it clashes with the existing schedule but the second leg on 24 August will be live on ITV4."
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