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Topic # 30558 12-Feb-2009 17:38
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I was listening to Radiosport the other day when they were discussing a website that has free overseas sport. Maybe illegal? But no form of registration or giving of information required. http://atdhe.net/

No good for me as I'm on dial-up. Be interested if its as good as indicated on the radio.

For other than sport, check the 'LiveTV' at the top of the page.




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  Reply # 196511 18-Feb-2009 14:30
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Tons of ads, but not bad. Pretty much all US sport (mostly basketball). And American Idol!




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  Reply # 196548 18-Feb-2009 16:43
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the bestsite is this one. any sport that is broadcast on tv is here from darts to ice hockey. you may need to download some software but it is on this site, its free and with most of them no personal details are needed.





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  Reply # 196549 18-Feb-2009 16:45
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Can't see any link there sorry, vexxboy





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  Reply # 196600 18-Feb-2009 21:02
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strange i can see it, nevermind here it is

http://www.myp2p.eu/




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