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    horchorc
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    Following on from the thread about Internationals ruining the football season with all the breaks, does anyone else think that there is too much football on TV?
    Would you love a return to Saturday Football?
    Do you think its about time the FA started pulling the strings with the TV companies, and stop prostituting themselves?
    Is one live match on a Saturday and another on a Sunday enough especially mixed with FL matches, cup matches and midweek internationals?
    Are you tired of all the boring Champions League and Europa Cup shi*e?
    Is football as a whole out of control and how are we going to sort it?

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    progresswithunitymike ramsdale
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    Is there too much football on TV?

    Yes, one dinner time kick off on a sat to watch in the pub before you watch your local team and one on a sunday is enough. throw in your internationals as and when and your laughing. I personally never watch the c.r.a.p.p.y europa league and champs league.

    Is football out of control and how are we going to sort it?

    Yeah, the money obssesed F.A and especially the prem have gone to far but as long as the armchair fans subscribe for the ‘matchday experiance, in your own living room’ they will carry on. we cant do nothing to sort it we are just customers of the premier league product (as vat69 correctly brands it). They know we will be there weak in weak out.

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    StandishWalkerStandishWalker
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    Gents

    Each to your own, but I do not think there is too much football on TV, not can there ever be for my liking.

    Primarily, I am a Latics supporters and secondly, I’m a football fan. I will watch football no matter who is playing and no matter what competition it is.

    As long as people in Korea and Japan (etc) want to watch the Prem, the money will always be there, and the English game will always be on TV, and that’s what funds our game. If they didn’t watch us, they’d watch the Italians, Spanish or even the Germans, so let’s be happy about it and carry on taking their money and keeping some of the world’s best players in our league.

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    progresswithunitymike ramsdale
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    Gents

    Each to your own, but I do not think there is too much football on TV, not can there ever be for my liking.

    Primarily, I am a Latics supporters and secondly, I’m a football fan. I will watch football no matter who is playing and no matter what competition it is.

    As long as people in Korea and Japan (etc) want to watch the Prem, the money will always be there, and the English game will always be on TV, and that’s what funds our game. If they didn’t watch us, they’d watch the Italians, Spanish or even the Germans, so let’s be happy about it and carry on taking their money and keeping some of the world’s best players in our league.

    Fair enough, but does the constant changing of fixtures not wind you up,Like the noblot and sjoke games being moved, you could have booked time off work for these fixtures and be stuck now.

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