Carabao Cup R1: Wycombe (H) - Live on SKY Sunday 6th at Noon (1 Viewer)

Simon C

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Sky paid for all the fancy cameras that the club bought that allows them to film nothing games like yesterday's B Team. Matthew only invests as much as he does for the chance to get the even greater Sky monies in the Premier League.
 

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Maybe use the revenue so people can watch?
People can watch it .. on Sky! ... and we should be grateful to Sky for broadcasting this historic game live so that fans can see it.

Mori .. I understand your dislike for Sky for the way they move fixtures around for their live broadcasts, but remember, every time we are featured live at home the club gets paid circa £100k. It’s money that BFC and MB are happy to receive.

With respect Mori, but you need to stop playing the victim on here and on Brentford Loyal. I can see you are a long standing loyal fan no one disputes that, but you have to accept that Sky holds all the cards for EFL football, for broadcasting and money.

Don’t cut your nose off to spite your face, find a local pub on the 6th, get a pint, sit down and enjoy the game!
 

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With respect Mori, but you need to stop playing the victim on here and on Brentford Loyal
He can carry on doing it on Brentford Loyal. You crack on Mori, don't let them stop you.
 

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He can carry on doing it on Brentford Loyal. You crack on Mori, don't let them stop you.
:) not playing victim. I obviously am out of step on modern thinking which is the way it should be. Happy to pay for my match ticket and watch what I can.
 

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Is it? I dont know. Just thought about club thinking of its supporters. Maybe I am out of touch.
You can’t see why taking money off a company (especially one with a lot of clout in football) and using that money to screw over the company may come back to bite the club? Probably directly through being a breach of contract or, at the very least, indirectly through Sky penalising ya through less games etc which would hit us financially. Both of those would have repercussions for the club and team which doesn’t seem like it would be great for the supporters who you claim to be championing.

All to show a game that most people could watch on Sky (id say most people either have Sky or know a friend or family member that do)

Nothing to do with being out of touch more to do with having an agenda you’ll push in all scenarios regardless of its merit in each specific situation I’d say
 

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You can’t see why taking money off a company (especially one with a lot of clout in football) and using that money to screw over the company may come back to bite the club? Probably directly through being a breach of contract or, at the very least, indirectly through Sky penalising ya through less games etc which would hit us financially. Both of those would have repercussions for the club and team which doesn’t seem like it would be great for the supporters who you claim to be championing.

All to show a game that most people could watch on Sky (id say most people either have Sky or know a friend or family member that do)

Nothing to do with being out of touch more to do with having an agenda you’ll push in all scenarios regardless of its merit in each specific situation I’d say
Values and mine are obviously rubbish. I dont have an agenda or have access to Sky. Just enjoy folks.
 

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Values and mine are obviously rubbish. I dont have an agenda or have access to Sky. Just enjoy folks.
Everyone has access to Sky via NowTV which incidentally costs the same as a match in ifollow. (Or cheaper if you get a deal)
 

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No Mads Bech or Roerslev either - wonder who will play RB then? Maybe a back 3 with Sergi as right wing back?
 
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Don’t take Wycombe lightly. They are very fit, very organised, slow the game down, are dangerous at set pieces and have a fantastic will to win and team spirit. They won’t sit back and let us play through them and it will be a tough match.
 

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Don’t take Wycombe lightly. They are very fit, very organised, slow the game down, are dangerous at set pieces and have a fantastic will to win and team spirit. They won’t sit back and let us play through them and it will be a tough match.
Especially without our best RB Dalgaard and POYT candidate Norgaard...
 

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So he is - must have missed that announcement :scratch: ok that makes the midfield options interesting then - maybe Zamburek will start instead?
baptiste , marcondes , da silva , plenty of options
 

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I think that this will be a very strange match for Bees fans to watch. Will we play a strong side yes I would , as the sooner they get used to the new surroundings the better, there will be no pre match walk down Ealing Rd from the Hotel

I’m going to have to record the game to watch later because of family commitment. Like the players it will be strange for me to watch after 65+ years of Griffin Park, making it stranger is the fact of a behind close doors match
 

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Does a Now TV one-day pass allow you to watch back programmes from earlier in the day, or only live shows? I won't be able to watch the game live.
 

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Does a Now TV one-day pass allow you to watch back programmes from earlier in the day, or only live shows? I won't be able to watch the game live.
can you not tape it ?
 

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