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    Re: Efl TV highlights deal

    Putting on primetime on a Saturday is a waste of time. The later the better i.e once the wife has gone to bed or on a Sunday morning when there's nothing to do but lounge around in your undercrackers watching football highlights.

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    Re: Efl TV highlights deal

    i take it you'll be able to watch/stream them later

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    I swear that Freeview channel is the same channel that Alan Partridge presents his military-based general knowledge quiz show 'Skirmish'.

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    C5 can't have been helped by the fact that all the highlights are plastered over grecian player (or whatever it is now called) and social media. Why skip MOTD to wait an hour for 20 seconds of city highlights, when you can just watch them online, usually the next morning.

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    Re: Efl TV highlights deal

    Quote Originally Posted by hienzeECFC View Post
    C5 can't have been helped by the fact that all the highlights are plastered over grecian player (or whatever it is now called) and social media. Why skip MOTD to wait an hour for 20 seconds of city highlights, when you can just watch them online, usually the next morning.
    MOTD is shown afterwards, there's almost always no clash.

    I think unfortunately after the great strides forward taken by C5 last season in getting rid of anything involving the general public and just getting in a couple of decent pundits, they've gone back several strides this season with the moronic intervention of wannabe TV star "Vloggers" and usually only one pundit.

    Posters have highlighted some of the issues - at 9pm many are out or watching more "family" stuff. I like the idea of a highlights programme to see the goals from other matches.

    Moving the programme from a "proper" channel to the back of beyond is a sure-fire way to kill it off entirely.

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    It'll kill it for me as I can't get Freeview at home.

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    Re: Efl TV highlights deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy The Fish View Post
    It'll kill it for me as I can't get Freeview at home.
    What platform do you have? Quest is on Virgin Media, I believe. Presume also on Sky (not sure about others).

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    Got basic Sky, we're not TV fans, I'll have a look later. Thanks mate.

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    Re: Efl TV highlights deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy The Fish View Post
    Got basic Sky, we're not TV fans, I'll have a look later. Thanks mate.
    Quest is on Freeview 37, Sky 144 and Virgin 172

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    Yeah got it. Cheers chaps.

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