It looks as if it's farewell to Setanta,

  Forum Editor 18:43 19 Jun 2009

as far as the premier league is concerned.

click here

  user8 19:03 19 Jun 2009

SKY must be favorite to get it.
Their the only ones with the money!

  Bingalau 19:56 19 Jun 2009

Did I do the right thing by stopping my Direct debit to them last week then?

  zzzz999 20:04 19 Jun 2009

Is ESPN (Disney) not hinting at entering the market.

  Quickbeam 20:07 19 Jun 2009

That should be good for the Mickey Mouse clubs then.

  laurie53 20:40 19 Jun 2009

Have you ever watched any ESPN output?

I wasn't aware they were Disney, but that explains a hell of a lot!

A real Mickey Mouse operation (Sorry, Quickbeam, but it's the obvious link!).

  amonra 20:42 19 Jun 2009

Money talks. Sky has got the loudest voice.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 22:34 19 Jun 2009

Bye then.


  UK Sub 04:03 20 Jun 2009

Hopefully we can now all see our national teams qualify for the World Cup on free terrestrial TV (BBC ITV ETC).

Our national teams should be made available to as many people as possible.

  tullie 05:46 20 Jun 2009

Not forgetting that Sky could only take half the package.

  ened 05:59 20 Jun 2009

And anyway I can never understand why the sponsors don't complain about the minority viewing.

Surely if you sponsor something, whether it be a competition or a team you are looking for the maximum coverage?

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