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David Holden

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The gross proceeds are to be split 50/50 between the company and the conference with the conference shares being shared between all 22 clubs.

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I've just looked at the TFFC website and it say's that they will be cobering a popular league from 9th August at a cost of less than £1 per week.

 

My guess is that means £50 for a full season, not a bad deal at all.

 

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i think that would get alot more people on the forum!

 

Might help broadband sales as well.

 

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By the way,i like the way you used the .tk site!:)

 

<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> I don't know why I didn't think of it before <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

 

 

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I have broadband!For anybody there not sure whether to get it or not,DO!ITS BRILLIANT!I'd gladly pay £50 a season to see the Fleet play,its cheaper than a season ticket!

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I have broadband!For anybody there not sure whether to get it or not,DO!ITS BRILLIANT!I'd gladly pay £50 a season to see the Fleet play,its cheaper than a season ticket!



Plus with broadband you never have to pay for a CD again... grin.gif

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Plus with broadband you never have to pay for a CD again... grin.gif

Not true,i couldn't find "cheer cheer"on kazaa... grin.gif

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I've bought it now anyway,best CD in my collection(best tape being king of the road by the Fleet footers).

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Taken from a posting by Jasper on Confguide message board

 

[color:"red"] A slight bit more info in response to an email:

 

From the start of the new season we will be providing 10 minutes highlights of each game played in the conference as well as providing news features, interviews and other content totalling about 3 hours of material a week. BT are partnering with us on this and are providing the servers and streaming facilities. At the end of next season we will also be showing special features, extra tournaments like the Hing Kong Soccer sevens as well as pre season friendlies. Our pricing structure which will be announced officially next week is £49.99 for a 12 month subscription which is less than £1 per week, £29.99 for a 6 month subscription, £5.99 for a one month subscription and £1.99 for a weekly subscription. You will be able to view all fo the material, including highlights of every match for the period of subscription taken. Material will be archived throughout the whole season so that subscribers can view material when they wish.

 

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I'd gladly pay £50 a season to see the Fleet play,its cheaper than a season ticket!


Personally I'd ratrher have my season ticket, be out there on the terraces singing for the lads. It would be better then watching it online.

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Plus with broadband you never have to pay for a CD again... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />


Shame on you - very true, but shame on you! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Just CD's lol? I haven't played for a CD or a game since I got my broadband, plus I get my TV straight from America, no longer having to wait the 6 odd months for our crap tv to get it. I also get all the films real early, Hulk, Charlies Angels 2, T3, I have them all

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