that explains the on-going assault on IPTVs.Its being reported that from next weekend the PL will stop broadcasting all games via a combination of BBC, Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon. The new plan is that any games not on the 'normal' TV schedule, ie the ones that would be broadcast if crowds were allowed in, will now move PPV at £15 a game via Sky and BT.
Suspect the use of illegal streams will go through the roof. I'll happily chuck a tenner a game at CCFC but I'm not going to put money into the pocket of PL clubs already making millions through existing TV deals.
same, started with a VPN two weeks ago, (got one on a weeks trial) because the provider said it would be OK after a week but there were issues last weekend so I've had to subscribe now.Mine was cut off a couple of weeks ago, have to go through a vpn now just to watch regular sky/BT Sport games.
It was a shocker of a tackle worthy of a red card. Would have been a bizarre scenario for him to be sent off but no penalty given.Interesting decision in the Everton game. Pickford wipes out Van Djik and he has to go off injured. No card given as the move was adjusted to be offside - violent conduct would be a red card but not foul play
Changed the rules this season so that top part of the arm (to bottom of sleeve) isn't deemed handball anymore so would need to be included in any offside decision too.I didn’t have the comms on. Did they say it was his arm then? Games fucked if that’s offside.
Dangerous precedent to set. Esp considering Dunk got sent off for a very similar challenge for Brighton and Richarlison got set off in the same game for a reckless challenge.VAR reviewed the incident and decided that Liverpool should not be awarded a penalty as Van Dijk was in an offside position. VAR also concluded that Pickford's challenge was not worthy of a red card.