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UK TV Schedulers Dismiss City Game

Programme schedulers at Sky TV and ESPN woke up Sunday morning and must have thought to themselves, 'we really have cocked up on this one'.

Today's Premier League clash at the City of Manchester City Stadium is a complete sell-out, but what about the millions of Blues and Liverpool fans in the UK left to suffer the Aston Villa v Burnley (lunch time) or the Wigan v Tottenham game later in this afternoon.



Today's 3pm kick-off is a six-pointer - it's a must win game for both teams, but us UK based fans will be left listening to the match commentary on either the local or national radio stations, however, as many of us know, there is another way!

Those of you with multi-sat systems will find it a breeze when it comes to picking up foreign broadcasts, and of course, those of you living across the pond will no doubt watch the game live on either Setanta, Fox Sports or ESPN America. Now if previous occasions live up to expectations many of us know how to find dodgy internet sites that will happily show us live and of course free coverage.

We at Vital Manchester City condone such sites, why, well its theft isn't it. Nevertheless that won't stop me from checking out my 'saved' searches for such naughty feeds.

Check out the following and you never know, my moderators and I may have accidentally turned a blind eye to such LIVE TV feed links.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 21 2010

Time: 9:17AM

Your Comments

Methinks the internet will be busy today
BlueWolfie
We in UAE get all the games we must find a way to pipe them back
abudhabiblue
We don't condone such sites me thinks! ;)
Lando78
You could add "THE OPPOSITION" link as well boss
scragg
(Opps) sorry scragg, next time mate.
Tudor
Thanx
Super City Slicker
The programme schedulers at Sky and ESPN will be going to sleep tonight thinking that they made the right decision after that boring game
arthur7171
 

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