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Blackpool - (A) - Bloomfield Road - Tuesday 25th August 2020 - Streaming Options Available through Blackpool website

https://www.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/2020/august/new-live-streaming-service-for-everton-and-blackburn-games/ For streaming info. £5.99 match pass seemingly but all will be confirmed before kick-off. Looks less likely that Rovers will be permitted to stream this for free on YouTube as we did at Fleetwood.

Mowbray expects players to get a bit more game time in this one, so maybe we won't see two entirely different XI's for each half. Joe Rothwell is said to only have a knock and not an injury, so that's good news.

Match kicks off at 19:00GMT.

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2 hours ago, JoeH said:

Blackpool - (A) - Bloomfield Road - Tuesday 25th August 2020 - Streaming Options Available through Blackpool website

https://www.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/2020/august/new-live-streaming-service-for-everton-and-blackburn-games/ For streaming info. £5.99 match pass seemingly but all will be confirmed before kick-off. Looks less likely that Rovers will be permitted to stream this for free on YouTube as we did at Fleetwood.

Mowbray expects players to get a bit more game time in this one, so maybe we won't see two entirely different XI's for each half. Joe Rothwell is said to only have a knock and not an injury, so that's good news.

Match kicks off at 19:00GMT.

And if we have an ifollow subscription?

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56 minutes ago, philipl said:

And if we have an ifollow subscription?

It’s not an iFollow thing. Blackpool doing it themselves privately. Everton match pass was £5.99, will assume ours will be same

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4 hours ago, roversfan99 said:

£5.99 to watch a stream of a friendly! Be amazed if anyone takes them up on that.

I wouldn't even pay that for admission to watch a friendly let alone to watch a stream.

Edited by Ewood Ace

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£90 for a pitch view room at the Blackpool FC Hotel. 

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8 hours ago, roversfan99 said:

£5.99 to watch a stream of a friendly! Be amazed if anyone takes them up on that.

We probably will at our house, bloody saddos us, football clubs count on it.

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Yeah will be paying for that stream service from Blackpool. The volume on the Fleetwood stream was off my the picture was decent enough, this should be better.
 

Edited by Fraserkirky

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23 hours ago, JoeH said:

Blackpool - (A) - Bloomfield Road - Tuesday 25th August 2020 - Streaming Options Available through Blackpool website

https://www.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/2020/august/new-live-streaming-service-for-everton-and-blackburn-games/ For streaming info. £5.99 match pass seemingly but all will be confirmed before kick-off. Looks less likely that Rovers will be permitted to stream this for free on YouTube as we did at Fleetwood.

Mowbray expects players to get a bit more game time in this one, so maybe we won't see two entirely different XI's for each half. Joe Rothwell is said to only have a knock and not an injury, so that's good news.

Match kicks off at 19:00GMT.

0.99 cent and we might talk business 

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Obviously its Blackpool running it but you would almost certainly be able to buy a ticket for less should the game have not been behind closed doors!

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53 minutes ago, chaddyrovers said:

Rovers offering the service for £5.99 for the Blackpool game

https://www.rovers.co.uk/news/2020/august/streaming-service-provided-for-blackpool-friendly/

 

30 minutes ago, AllRoverAsia said:

A different streaming platform. That could be more exciting than the game.

Will be 4 cameras with replays, graphic (??) and commentary. I'll go for this.

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43 minutes ago, roversfan99 said:

Obviously its Blackpool running it but you would almost certainly be able to buy a ticket for less should the game have not been behind closed doors!

Wasn't it 10 pounds last summer for the friendly?

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6 minutes ago, Hoochie Bloochie Mama said:

£6 for a stream to a Blackpool friendly? They should be paying us to watch.

You would think they would sell more at 2.99 than 5.99. I can see many spending that much on a friendly. 

The 4 camera angles and replays sound good though. 

 

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Just now, Bigdoggsteel said:

You would think they would sell more at 2.99 than 5.99. I can see many spending that much on a friendly. 

The 4 camera angles and replays sound good though. 

 

That's £1.50 a camera angle. Bollox to that. 

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2 minutes ago, Hoochie Bloochie Mama said:

That's £1.50 a camera angle. Bollox to that. 

If there is a "Mowbray cam", I'm in :) 

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5 minutes ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

How will you know if it's working ?

If it's on his head there will be a scratching sound if a winger actually does winger stuff 

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After the Fleetwood game was free to watch on YouTube, I doubt there'll be many takers for a friendly against Blackpool at £6.

I would've thought a tenner or something to watch all the pre-season friendlies would've been a decent idea, and would've had a fair amount of takers.

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9 minutes ago, OnePhilT said:

After the Fleetwood game was free to watch on YouTube, I doubt there'll be many takers for a friendly against Blackpool at £6.

I would've thought a tenner or something to watch all the pre-season friendlies would've been a decent idea, and would've had a fair amount of takers.

I have just purchased it. So far averaging at £3 per game.

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