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Premier League clubs in talks for season ticket holders to access matches
By Simon Stone
BBC Sport

Premier League clubs are considering ways of letting season ticket holders access matches not due to be broadcast live on television following the Government's decision to scrap the idea of letting fans back into stadiums at the beginning of next month.

Similar discussions took place before the Premier League decided to make all of September's fixtures available for broadcast by its partners in the UK.
 
Premier League clubs in talks for season ticket holders to access matches
By Simon Stone
BBC Sport

Premier League clubs are considering ways of letting season ticket holders access matches not due to be broadcast live on television following the Government's decision to scrap the idea of letting fans back into stadiums at the beginning of next month.

Similar discussions took place before the Premier League decided to make all of September's fixtures available for broadcast by its partners in the UK.

I wouldn't get too excited about this yet. At present ST holders haven’t actually paid anything apart from a 20% deposit, so I can see this being used as a replacement revenue stream, at say £10-20 per match. Also, I assume it would only apply to home games.

Personally I'd rather they stick with the present system of showing all matches on Sky/BT, although I appreciate that only benefits those with subscriptions.
 
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Bloody Sky again, both of them.
 
Manchester City (h) - remains Saturday 21 November, kick-off now 5.30pm - Sky Sports
Chelscum (a) - now Sunday 29 November, kick-off 4.30pm - Sky Sports.

Both on poxy Sky Sports.

How the hell is West Brom still the Saturday when we are in Bulgaria two days before ?
 
Manchester City (h) - remains Saturday 21 November, kick-off now 5.30pm - Sky Sports
Chelscum (a) - now Sunday 29 November, kick-off 4.30pm - Sky Sports.

Both on poxy Sky Sports.

How the hell is West Brom still the Saturday when we are in Bulgaria two days before ?
They haven't announced those shitty ppv games yet, so in due course West Brom game will change. No doubt we will be playing either 12 or 19.15 on the Sunday, or possibly even the Monday night.
 
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