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Harry_Stotle

Member Since 27 Feb 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 16 2012 12:44 AM
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In Topic: Freedom From Sky

15 July 2012 - 03:10 PM

regardless of whether or not people subscribe to sky, surely the best way of supporting scottish fitba is to go support your team every saturday - thus subsiding your team, and the teams you visit.... rather than paying for a TV subscription


"Freedom from Sky" is the title of this discussion. I'm glad to hear that you support it.

In Topic: Freedom From Sky

15 July 2012 - 02:59 PM

Every time I step into a foreign stadium following Scotland I'm subsidising someone elses game.

Every time you renew your TV licence you're subsidising someone else's game. FFS............


The foreign stadium scenario is unconnected to this "Freedom from Sky" debate.......and deep down I think you know it.

Its true what you say about the TV licence. Sadly, apart from complaining about it, there seems to be little we can do.

Out of curiosity ReekySporran, you dont happen to work for Sky do you? Just asking!

In Topic: Freedom From Sky

15 July 2012 - 02:45 PM

What subscription?


Your earlier post said - I watch Sky for not only football, but for things like the F1, Darts, Rugby, golf, and away from sports like the movies and entertainment channels.

Do you watch all them in a pub,or freinds house? Or do you pay a subscription to Sky?

In Topic: Freedom From Sky

15 July 2012 - 02:37 PM

explain how i am subsidising someone elses game?


A disproprionate slice of your subscription goes down south, in comparson to what is paid to the SPL.

In Topic: Freedom From Sky

15 July 2012 - 02:32 PM

Go screw yourself - i pay £200 a year for my season ticket a Raith Rovers, and for the past 3 seasons, have missed very few away games as well, putting money into each of the first and second division clubs, so dont tell me i dont care about scottish football.


I applaud the fact that you support Scottish football in the way you describe. As long as your happy subsidising someone elses game, then carry on.