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Birmingham Game on Sky
Wednesday, 8th Jul 2015 10:10

Town’s home game against Birmingham City has switched to Friday 18th September for live Sky coverage (KO 7.45pm), having initially been scheduled for the following day.

The match will be the Blues’ second appearance on Sky in a week with the visit to Reading having moved to Friday 11th September (KO 7.45pm).

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ruds added 10:19 - Jul 8
Nice to be recognised as an entertaining team by the Sky Boys - Lets hope for a few more appearances as promotion contenders. Time will tell hey! First stop Germany anyone?
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TR11BLU added 10:39 - Jul 8
Two Friday night games in a week.....cr&p

Saturday afternoon is for footy.

Thanks again sky....
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SWGF added 10:59 - Jul 8
Another home evening game? Any chance I can get a refund on my son's ST as he can't go to then?
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Tufty added 11:27 - Jul 8
Great - NOT.
Travelling from Derbyshire on Friday afternoon absolute rubbish.
Total disregard for season ticket holders who have to travel. There are too many night games as it is.
Should be refunded for rearranged games you can't get to.
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NoCanariesAllowed added 11:30 - Jul 8
Two successive Friday night matches? I'm not going to complain about us being on TV but that seems odd to me. This one in particular seems especially poorly timed given we're playing on the preceding Tuesday.
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hoppy added 11:52 - Jul 8
Well at least it gives us an extra day to recover and prepare for the Capital One Cup 3rd round game on the following Tuesday... which with our recent cup track record, we're bound to benefit from...
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scooby added 11:56 - Jul 8
Why don't sky just do one.that's now two weeks running I can't go.just coz it's on sky shouldn't mean you have to move kick off time
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Monarch_Blue added 12:23 - Jul 8
Serves me right for buying tickets for the RWC England v. Fiji group match which kicks off at the same time. Silly me for thinking that football is played at 3pm on a Saturday!
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linhdi added 14:43 - Jul 8
Well, I won't be there. Already bought tickets for Richard Thompson at the Regent that night. Normally I'd prioritise football, but these Fri games are beyond a joke.
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DebsyAngel added 14:58 - Jul 8
Had to totally reprioritise just about everything for this moving. Fed up of Friday night games. If it's on Sky, why couldn't it just been moved to an earlier kick off? They never consider how difficult it is for some people and frankly they don't care. The away supporters have to get time off work etc. too.
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MeenoITFC added 15:34 - Jul 8
Beers up in a pub somewhere on friday night then off on a mission if result is positvie, im not complaining
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rickw added 15:55 - Jul 8
I can't remember when we were last on Sky on a Friday night, now twice in a week!!
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Flewitt85 added 16:11 - Jul 8
Sky are dammed if they don't and dammed if they do with you lot!

I for one am happy they are putting our games on sky, as can't afford the silly season ticket prices.

Keep them coming sky!
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scooby added 16:48 - Jul 8
Season ticket is cheaper than skysports for a year
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EssexTractor added 17:36 - Jul 8
Is there a Sky Sports Match Selection Committee or are names drawn out of a hat?

Whoever the teams are , it is so early in the season for anyone to be on two successive Friday nights, unless of course all neutral viewers have petitioned that the "Champions elect" should be on every possible game!!!

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CHUFFNNORA added 21:29 - Jul 8
Another day to book as holiday - cheers sky
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ChateauWines added 07:15 - Jul 9
Hosting a wine tasting that evening which i moved from the saturday to see the game. I hate Sky
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Steelmonkey added 07:23 - Jul 9
Well done sky you really have taken football to a different level and totally bollocksed it up for the ordinary football fan.
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KBsSocks added 08:02 - Jul 9
"Season ticket is cheaper than skysports for a year " - not if you factor in the cost of changing channels versus the cost of getting to the game in terms of time and money ...
And the price of two or three pints down the local per televised Sky game is even cheaper.
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Lightningboy added 10:24 - Jul 9
It's a shame Sky don't show more midweek league matches now seeing as they've lost the champions league games...or is that not allowed by corrupt fifa?
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