Would love to see crowds bulging for promotion push but ITFC tickets have been horrendously overpriced for a long while now. Chatting to fans I know for a fact many would return if season tickets were more affordable, especially with many struggling to pay the rent etc. The cheap ticket deals were a success (10k crowd decrease for the game after the £10 ticket promo). The atmosphere was immense at the game. Too many £10 games is not the answer as loyal season ticket holders miss out. The club really need to think hard about season pricing being slashed next season, not just reduced.
If/when we are in League 1 next season, how much do you think season tickets will be reduced to? Am I right I’m thinking other relegated clubs capped season tickets to £200?
An easy one to drop LC, easy to make an excuse of 'it's a cup game' and not ruffle feathers too much on a fragile squad. But prob also to let him know he is not undroppable after some less than convincing games.
I've only watched Nsiala once this season (QPR at PR) and his performance was the worst I've ever seen from a defender. Numerous adrift passes and getting caught out. I can't judge him on one game though. I'm guessing there is a player there from success last season, was this just a blip/crisis of confidence? What do others who have watched him more think?
I knew I would get comments like this. I choose to pay for what I use, I don’t use the BBC or live TV so why should I pay for it? I don’t use Sky also, and don’t pay for it. I do use c4 catch up etc and DO pay, by watching their annoying ads, and that is fair for the great TV they produce. Times are changing and I love the fact we have choice.
I don’t tell anyone else what they should spend their money on so please don’t call me a skinflint for my informed choice. Do you call people skinflints for buying a Ford instead of a Mercedes?
I’d rather spend my money on ITFC rather than the BBC who make a few good programmes but there are lots of other good channels out there making great TV.
Now that ifollow has some live games for UK users, I was wondering if anyone knew if it is ok to watch them without a licence? If it is I will subscribe. The question is, is ifollow classed as a 'channel'? Not 100% clear from below. I only choose to watch non bbc tv on catch up as I don’t mind ‘paying’ for the privilege by watching ads. But would get a licence for ifollow for games I can’t get to, but only if needed.
If you watch or record shows as they're being shown on telly in the UK ('live TV'), you need to be covered by a TV licence. You also need one if you use BBC iPlayer What counts as 'live TV'? When we talk about 'live TV', confusingly it isn't necessarily a live episode of a programme, it could be pre-recorded.
'Live TV' is content that's being broadcast on a TV channel. This applies to all channels (including, say, +1 channels) on any mainstream TV platform, including Freeview, Virgin or Sky. Internet-only services such as YouTube or Netflix don't count, though. Watching live foreign TV in the UK does require a licence If you watch 'live TV' from a channel that isn't broadcast in the UK (including those picked up via satellite or online), you need to be covered by a valid TV licence. This is regardless of the country of origin or the language of the broadcast.