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Old 20-09-2019, 08:37 AM
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Given how much inconvenience this causes, Sky and BT should be bound to give notice of TV fixtures before the season starts or, at the very least, three months beforehand. I can sort of understand why they would want to give less notice towards the end of the season (if there is a six pointer relegation game for example) but that isn’t the case before April. Sky and BT can surely see when the fixture list comes out in June what games they want to televise and plan and notify accordingly at that point.
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