West Brom Match Moves for Sky
Wednesday, 10th Oct 2018 15:18
Town’s home game against West Brom has moved forward a day to Friday 23rd November for live Sky TV coverage (KO 7.45pm). The match had originally been set for the following afternoon.
West Brom, who were most recently at Portman Road in December 2010 when they were beaten 1-0 in a Carling Cup quarter-final, are currently second in the Championship following their relegation from the Premier League in May.
Meanwhile, former Blues right-back Fabian Wilnis, 48, has been appointed the head U19s coach at Dutch club VV Nieuwerkerk.
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|GlebeTractor added 15:29 - Oct 10|
Typical, if you are winning you are owned by Sky, if you are losing / expect a big scoreline against, you're owned by Sky. Mid-table's where it's at.
3pm KO should be a law.
|BluJu added 15:31 - Oct 10|
FFS. Not good at all if you're traveling any distance... especially if it involves the A14 north of Cambridge.
|hoppy added 15:33 - Oct 10|
Suits me, as I can now go to it - I was going to have to miss it if it had stayed on the Saturday.
At least that means one person is pleased!
|StringerBell added 15:45 - Oct 10|
Feel for the Blue Monday chaps - their big event is scheduled for the Saturday in order to commence upon the completion of the WBA game. Hope those who've already bought tickets for that can still make it.
|Pilgrimblue added 15:45 - Oct 10|
How much does Sky pay in terms of seat losses. Also does the club get anything when on red button?
After last Tuesday's A12 closures I doubt I'll be attending any more home games in the evenings!
|timspencero added 15:45 - Oct 10|
they rightly sense an upset...
|stig4532 added 15:56 - Oct 10|
Season ticket holder. Can't make it now due to the train schedules on weekdays.
Thanks Sky **nts
|carsey added 16:38 - Oct 10|
Club won't care the TV money will likely be more that those who don't turn up would have paid.
|Tufty added 16:43 - Oct 10|
Complete and utter (colourful metaphor)
Derby to Ipswich on a friday afternoon.
With the A 14 and traffic best set off on tuesday morning.
Another bit of season ticket wasted thanks to them
|TJS added 17:28 - Oct 10|
Sky are sh1tting all over the Football League with this red button nonsense and no one has got the balls to stand up to them.
|OwainG1992 added 17:44 - Oct 10|
I have this day off for the wife's birthday...Im not sure if getting home early to watch town on the TV is an option but will try! (Live in Leeds).
|BotesdaleBlue added 18:00 - Oct 10|
That will take 2000+ off the gate no doubt.
|gav_g added 18:02 - Oct 10|
Well I'm a but pissed... Booked flights for that Friday evening to come down and see the game on Saturday :/
|Cakeman added 18:18 - Oct 10|
I long for the days when TV stops running and ruining our game. Sky are gready and arrogant and have no interest in football, only the money.
Sadly the world we now live in.
PS I am very much old school and enjoy the 3pm Saturday kick-off’s.
PPS very sorry dirtydingusmagee, I agreed with your comments but hit the down arrow by mistake.
|Jonnosdreadlocks added 18:47 - Oct 10|
can't remember last time we won on Sky, this is bloody annoying
|Swn98 added 19:25 - Oct 10|
Amongst many other factors a further reason not to renew my season ticket next year.
|jas0999 added 19:43 - Oct 10|
I can’t make the game now. Another reason why having a season ticket is not always a good thing. Shame. Picking my games is moving nearer.
|Skip73 added 20:34 - Oct 10|
Sky Sports. Ruining football since 1992.
|DebsyAngel added 20:42 - Oct 10|
Furious about this. Cannot go now. That makes it just ONE Saturday in November we are getting a 3pm Saturday match. Getting utterly fed up of Sky Sports and how they dictate things. Friday night is a stupid time to have a match - why aren't the fans considered? People working who now have to book time off, and I include the travelling fans too.
|Facefacts added 20:54 - Oct 10|
Such bad news messes up the Blue Monday open day and they will surely have to rearrange it.
|1psw1ch added 21:12 - Oct 10|
Come on you blues
If we can beat the swans we can beat the brom ,,,still buzzing after that win ,,,
I love ipswich town fc
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