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By saintetienne (legacy user)4/10/2014 12:51Sat Oct 4 12:51:22 2014In response to Money is the root of all evil in football - ask Hereford and Salisbury

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I can see the point aswell.
In Sweden it is about £22 for one Allsvenskan game (highest league) seated and I think that is to much.
I have been in UK to watch football (Hendon among others) and League one teams to charge 25 pound (and this was probably 5 years ago or something like that). I have not watched a premier league game but I would love to do so (but £60-70 for 1 game) says no to me. There are cheaper aswell but if I gonna watch one it will be someting with the bigger teams (Man United, Man City, Chelsea, Arseanl, Tottenham, Liverpool) involving 2 of these teams.
And when I spook to co workers about what it cost to watch Hendon they just shook thier heads.

I could subscribe here in sweden to watch all EPL games for something like £40 / month but since my favorit team Bolton went out of EPL I have not even consider it.
If there is a good game there will be a good stream waiting somewhere.
And is evil for all the broadcasters that pay to show games.

I went often to football when I was younger but it was cheaper and there was no streams for it.




the swedish hendon fan

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