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Topic # 232078 28-Mar-2018 09:18
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Seen on Stuff

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/102653096/sky-unlikely-to-be-the-place-to-watch-the-next-rugby-world-cup

 

 

 

If the Spark/TNZ deal goes through, that would be good for the rugby watching public. I don't watch Super Rugby so I don't care about who broadcasts that and I gave up watching the AB's play (live) years ago when Sky got the broadcast rights.





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What's that I hear.... Another nail going into the coffin?





 

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How many of this Goddamn threads do we need? Use one of the other 10000000000000 threads to bag sky surely?

 

 


 
 
 
 


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How many of this Goddamn threads do we need? Use one of the other 10000000000000 threads to bag sky surely?

 

 

I don't think it's possible to have enough bagging on Sky ;-P

 

 





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