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TV Takes The First Bites


Here We Go Again

By Since66
July 5 2012

It didn’t take too long for the Premier League benefactors to boss the League around and bring out their first round of selections for TV broadcasting. SEVEN of Chelsea games have been earmarked for broadcast on SKY and ESPN.

The games against Wigan Athletic, Newcastle United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Man Utd, Liverpool and Man City have all been re-arranged to accommodate the silk-suited TV moguls.

The New Dates Are:

Wigan Athletic (a) Sunday 19th August, k.o. 1.30pm

Newcastle United (h) Saturday 25th August, k.o. 5.30pm

Arsenal (a) Saturday 29th September, k.o. 12.45pm

Tottenham (a) Saturday 20th October, k.o. 12.45pm

Man Utd (h), Sunday 28th October, k.o. 4pm

Liverpool (h), Sunday 11th November, k.o. 4pm

Man City (h) Sunday 25th November, k.o. 4pm

 

CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE

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TV Takes The First Bites
Discussion started by 50 Years Over 100 Years , 05/07/2012 17:49
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05/07/2012 17:49
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carefree
05/07/2012 22:24
Bring on the EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS..[:wor kid:]

Its good to be back

Its nice to see RVP has finaly realised that Ar"SALE"nal have no ambition bloody hell its only taken him eight years to find that out he was wasted there.



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