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Gooners Excited about return of Premiership? Don't bother


By Boris Mellor
June 10 2020

Maybe I have missed something, and will be happy to be corrected, but I can’t find any free to air matches for Arsenal up to 1 July. What happens after that I don’t know.

Below is a list of the first tranche of free matches, Arsenal is not included. So unless you can afford both Sky and BT you won’t be seeing any Arsenal matches before July, and even then no idea if we will be on TV.

The medium is the message and on this occasion the message to Arsenal fans is get fecked.

  • Friday 19 June, Norwich vs Southampton, 6pm kick-off, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Saturday 20 June, Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace, 7.45pm, BBC
  • Sunday 21 June, Newcastle vs Sheffield United, 2pm, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Sunday 21 June, Everton vs Liverpool, 7pm, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Wednesday 24 June, Manchester United vs Sheffield United, 6pm, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Wednesday 24 June, Norwich vs Everton, 6pm, BBC
  • Thursday 25 June, Burnley vs Watford, 6pm, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Sunday 28 June, Watford vs Southampton, 4.30pm, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Monday 29 June, Crystal Palace vs Burnley, 8pm, Amazon Prime Video
  • Tuesday 30 June, Brighton vs Manchester United, 8.15pm, Sky Sports/Pick
  • Wednesday 1 July, Bournemouth vs Newcastle, 6pm, Sky Sports/Pick

Of course you can enjoy the replay of Arsenal beating Charlton 6-0 on Arsenal.com, especially enjoyable for those who like social distancing as Charlton’s defence stood off so we could score some great goals. Makes a change from watching Arsenal’s socially distanced defence. Excited? I’m underwhelmed.

 

 

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Gooners Excited about return of Premiership? Don't bother
Discussion started by Arsenal Times , 10/06/2020 18:26
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10/06/2020 18:26
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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2020:06:15:13:04:10 by Padre Pio.

Gunnersingh1
10/06/2020 21:25
Our first team just lost to Brentford.

Arsenal are well and truely back!

Padre Pio
10/06/2020 23:03
Well at least it was behind closed doors.
Friendlies are meaningless



"When we had to suffer the team is a lion because they suffer together." 4 July 2020 at Wolverhampton Wanderers
Arteta on his team's first away victory at a club above them in the Premiership since September 2015 at Leicester.

Gooner Sod
11/06/2020 13:38
Were you guys gullible enough to think Sky & BT would allow any of the big games to the shown on free to air? Don't be silly. They have just lost 3 months of income with no sports & they are desperate to get the subscribers back.

So all the big games will be on Sky & BT and the crappy games baring Everton v Liverpool are free. These are games that likely would not have been on TV before the virus.

Luckily i have SkySports plus an IP TV subscribtion for BT Sport matches so i am fine with this . In this day and age, you got to pay something to watch the prem league hassle free.



''No one saw me coming - No problem. I always believed.
Kept working, found my killer instinct. Relentless? Yes. Patient? Always. Quick? You'll see.
I am Nico and I am here''

N. Pepe, Arsenal FC.

Padre Pio
11/06/2020 15:45
Well Man U appear twice, but as you say "I'm all right Jack".
Good for you, but they wont be getting a penny off me



"When we had to suffer the team is a lion because they suffer together." 4 July 2020 at Wolverhampton Wanderers
Arteta on his team's first away victory at a club above them in the Premiership since September 2015 at Leicester.

Gooner Sod
12/06/2020 22:58
I guess Man Utd v Sheffiled Utd is a decent free game in terms of top4. Unfortunate for Arsenal fans i guess

But qhat i am saying is that you can't expect big games on free TV when the Sky and BT have massively paid for TV rights and lost 3 months of income.

People have been complaining for years but that's just the way it is now. All games will be televised so you can watch all Arsenal games if you wish. If people dont want to pay for Sky or BT but cannot be bothered annoying free streams and popups. You can easily buy an IP TV subscription where you will get HD streams with no ads for equivalent of £5 a month.

Either people do that or just accept that you can't watch the games.



''No one saw me coming - No problem. I always believed.
Kept working, found my killer instinct. Relentless? Yes. Patient? Always. Quick? You'll see.
I am Nico and I am here''

N. Pepe, Arsenal FC.

Merlion96
13/06/2020 10:10
Hi there,
After months of being lockdown, kinda of underwhelming and well ... will take a few weeks to get my mojo back.
Like "why it matters that nothing matters" now.
cheers, folks.



Nihilism: 'An examination of the meaning of meaninglessness: why it matters that nothing matters'

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