The match at Molineux on 11 August will now kick off at 5:30pm and be carried live by BT Sport.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports will show the clash with the Hammers at Goodison Park at 4pm on Sunday 16 September and the Blues' visit to the Emirates at 4pm on Sunday 23 September.
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1 Posted 06/07/2018 at 18:01:02
2 Posted 06/07/2018 at 18:16:46
3 Posted 07/07/2018 at 00:44:01
5 Posted 07/07/2018 at 02:00:45
I hope we spoil their party but this being The Ev, we may well roll over... Come Silva wind them up; let's see the new model Everton come away with a win... or at least, not lose too badly. (It doesn't take long for the optimism to wear off!)
7 Posted 07/07/2018 at 02:31:56
Thanks for that, Peter.
8 Posted 07/07/2018 at 02:34:19
9 Posted 07/07/2018 at 04:04:46
In an honest moment, my guilty pleasure was watching those fucks last year. Brilliant football.
I concur with your sentiments, as much as it pains me to say so.
Hope springs eternal. A new Silva day dawns.
10 Posted 07/07/2018 at 08:58:09
11 Posted 07/07/2018 at 11:55:09
Derek Thomas: "temporary Sky flavour of the month" — game is on BT Sport, mate!
12 Posted 07/07/2018 at 13:25:15
13 Posted 07/07/2018 at 14:08:07
Since the introduction of Sky and BT sport, they show Liverpool game after Liverpool game. There's been seasons when they've been as poor as us but it never stopped these companies showing them. Sky's love-in with them is downright embarrassing and even their own matchgoing local fans will tell you that. The laughable part is they've never won the Premier League. God help us if they ever do.
14 Posted 07/07/2018 at 14:56:11
To expect fair play is fantasy. Jaysus they just voted themselves a bigger cut of Premier League income.
But, as I said on another thread, my dream is us to be ignored by TV and their leeches and just WIN. That is the way to stick up 2 fingers.
Bring it on.
15 Posted 07/07/2018 at 20:16:47
16 Posted 07/07/2018 at 23:17:09
My bad, I have a complex from hanging round with RS fans all my life, it's been torture. Thank fook they've never won the Premier League, it's the only thing that's kept me going.
Now onto us... Let's fuckin' play some proper stuff this season and give the fans some proper entertainment. Nothing better than the Goodison roar of C'mon!!!!!!! when we're attacking the Gwladys Street on a Monday night. COYB...
17 Posted 08/07/2018 at 00:42:10
It is very annoying that our cousins dominate the airwaves to such an extent – but they are very much the Brazil of English football, the media and neutrals seem to love them but, when you look at the cold hard facts, they aren't really the serial winners that the media tend to portray them as being.
I don't mind them being on TV so often because I don't subscribe to BT or Sky, and I avoid the pub when they are on – so I'm able to save a few bob. What I do object to is the constant namechecks they get at every given opportunity in football commentaries in games that have little or nothing to do with them but any tenuous link is amplified and nauseatingly repeated by so many so often it is a form of free advertising. Pickford was mentioned often today and the clubs he played for in his career to date but I didn't here the commentator mention that he actually played for Everton FC.
Thank the lord that Real Madrid did the business against them in the Champions League, else the fawning media would have gone into overdrive and that would have been truly unbearable.
18 Posted 08/07/2018 at 20:37:37
Am I actually reading this ? Guilty pleasure, grudging admiration, etc, etc, call it what you want but I'll tell you this - I don't admire them and they give me no pleasure whatsoever, regardless of how many goals a game they average.
Still won nothing last season by the way.
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