There are times when going all “told-you-so” becomes a bit too celebratory, but you feel vindicated in doing so anyway. Last night, Premier Sports issued this statement on a social media site: It is a shame the number did not reach the point were revenue sharing became an option. It is also a shame we
A few idle thoughts before today’s game at Rushden… – I hope we’re not getting too cocky/confident over tonight, because a 2nd vs bottom clash is a guaranteed banana skin of a contest. From what I gathered, we started off a bit slowly (again) on Saturday, and we’ve yet to experience going a goal down.
So, after the Setanta debacle that arguably damaged the Conference’s credibility, comes the long awaited TV deal with……….. ……… Premier Sports. Yes, Premier Sports. You must have heard of them, surely? They took over Setanta’s GAA coverage in Britain when the broadcaster went belly up, and are covering Celtic’s Europa League game in Utrecht next
Oh well, looks like we’re not going to get a TV deal after all. To be honest, I’m both surprised and not surprised at the same time, if that makes any sense. Surprised because a division with Oxford, Luton, Cambridge and ourselves (BBB) certainly has some nice angles for the media. And the line that
It must be a hot summer’s Sunday, because a new WHAK is out. Hooray. As you put down your Pimms and fight off the bastard flying ants, it’s almost impossible to imagine that the first PSF is under a fortnight away. It does seem though that games at KM will be a little bit easier
There’s something rather ironic that as soon as the “homely” Blue Square Awards show finishes, news reaches SW19 Towers that Setanta have been stripped of the Premier League rights. As the award show ended with an almost impassioned plea by the presenters who somehow you feel deserve a lot better, it transpires that the £10m