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cws82us

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#46720 8-Nov-2009 15:33
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why is sky not broadcasting the cricket india v austraila it sucks We need someone to broadcast the cricket.




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  #271038 8-Nov-2009 17:22
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Agreed, better to watch than having to endure our lot...

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  #271142 8-Nov-2009 23:46
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Better then silly replys h/ls and delayed stuff




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  #271267 9-Nov-2009 12:43
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we pay extra for the sports channel's and get crap sports no one likes, like BLOODY GOLF, they need to make a golf channel so people who want that stuff can pay for it apart from sky sports package





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  #271285 9-Nov-2009 13:44
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Let's all call sky and tell them that and see want happen




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  #271365 9-Nov-2009 17:37
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Yeh why are they not showing it? The only reason I have Sky is for the cricket, and when they dont even broadcast our own games in HD makes me wonder why I bother with the HD ticket.

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  #271399 9-Nov-2009 18:43
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and only 5  hds channels comon sky lets show us more hd channels like espn and netgo and more




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  #271453 9-Nov-2009 21:59
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India charge like a wounded bull for cricket coverage. Unless it involves NZ, Sky have never bought series' out of India.

I suspect it comes down to the fact that Sky aren't willing to fork out for this series.

As for HD coverage, AFAIK there is no HD cricket out of the sub-continent yet.

 
 
 
 


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  #271466 9-Nov-2009 22:27
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allstarnz: India charge like a wounded bull for cricket coverage. Unless it involves NZ, Sky have never bought series' out of India.

I suspect it comes down to the fact that Sky aren't willing to fork out for this series.

As for HD coverage, AFAIK there is no HD cricket out of the sub-continent yet.



i think they need to start broadcasting it all. any live stuff broadcast it.




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