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  1. Well I'm one of those too and I can assure you that using it is a doddle
  2. Mobdro is an App for Android devices Has literally hundreds of TV Channels inc all the sports channels you could wish for I use it a lot especially for Racing UK and Sky Sports Racing + football & golf Been using it for more than 5 years, rarely has any issues, it better than most streams and it's free https://www.mobdro.bz/
  3. You're about a week too late mate. It's over, finished and I doubt if anybody cares anymore (except the BBC)
  4. Sad and tragic as it is those people are dead now. Not playing football won't bring them back or prevent others dying in the future.
  5. No different to normal injuries, bugs or illnesses really, you just get on with it
  6. How is it that Mario has spent most of the season out of the team? 11 league appearances and most of those as a last ditch sub getting 5 minutes on the pitch if he's lucky. The man has the ability to influence games and turn them in our favour. He's the best free kick taker we have by some distance. IMO he's a superior player and a a far better all round option than Duda, Rupp, Stiepermann, Hernandez and Drmic. If we are going to avoid relegation, he should start every game from now on.
  7. It's a much slower pace of life here. Anyway, what's the rush?
  8. Perhaps we're waiting for the whole squad to catch it
  9. Oh, what's happened to his Jam Roly Poly business?
  10. A drug fuelled orgy in Paris, the occcasional **** party here and there, the odd BBQ with "lady friends" or coming back to the UK from some Foreign country with it. Almost gauranteed that they didn't get it shopping in a supermarket or any other mundane way because lets face it, when you're on EPL wage you are far to clever to do stuff like that. Maybe a couple of Arsenal players or Kyle Walker could give you a few pointers.
  11. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52726278 Cat among pigeons put
  12. Well in all honesty, I think if nothing goes wrong with the "R" going up in the next week or so then, rightly or wrongly, we are going to be playing football in the very near future. And once it gets started it's going to take a major catastrophe to stop it from finishing.
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52704450
  14. Steve Bruce urges Premier League rethink over restart date from coronavirus shutdown https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52696822
  15. It's a bit like watching French horse racing. You know sod all about anything and without the crowd it's about as exciting as watching paint dry. After 10 minutes you wonder why you've bothered.
  16. It goes on to say and I quote The table is set to be decided using a points-per-game method, but promotion and relegation are not finalised. There are still plans for the play-offs to take place as usual, with two-legged semi-finals and then a final.
  17. This is a good one from The Mail (who else) but of course 99% of readers will only read the first part - "Government confirm Premier League CAN return in June as long as the safety of players, coaches and staff is guaranteed" And how do they guarantee that players, coaches and staff will be safe. Have they got a vaccine that the rest of the World don't know about?
  18. It's got about as much chance of happening as the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals call for the Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival to become vegan. Just how do you have a vegan Crab & Lobster Festival? https://www.northnorfolknews.co.uk/news/could-cromer-and-sheringham-crab-lobster-festival-go-vegan-1-6652724
  19. Potter at Brighton is having a lot to say again https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/52659619
  20. Interesting comments from Borussia Dortmund's managing director. "A player testing positive for coronavirus will not be a "catastrophe", he says It's nice to know that he has got his players safety at heart but presumably everything will be fine as long as he doesn't get it https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52650159
  21. If you go back to my original comment, I only asked the question. I'm not saying it will happen but I wouldn't be surprised if it did. Most of the income that the EPL, Football Clubs in the EPL, Sky and all the Worldwide Broadcasters get is generated by playing games, either from gate receipts and TV money. Yes that are a few bits & pieces on the side like merchandising, advertising etc but even then a lot of that is dependant on exposure on TV. So if it makes sense to provide more of the very thing (i.e. games) that keeps the whole thing afloat, then it is an obvious solution. And would they all be too bothered about what happens in the EFL as a consequence? Probably not.
  22. Think you're only looking at Sky but a huge chunk of money comes from Foreign TV Broadcasters who show virtually all the games. If they want to pay less (i.e. by rebate) for fewer games this season then they would have to pay more for extra games next season. And then of course every Club would play 4 extra games so they would get extra gate money from those.
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