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  • Kentish Maid Kentish Maid Aug 16, 2011 10:25 Flag

    Reduced Football Diet

    Good to hear you've got a job sorted Rambr0 :-)

    Shame about QPR and Swansea losing by such big margins this week - but last night's game was a taster of what Citeh have to offer with their millionaire squad. The Swans took the game to them though and did really well until Dzeko's goal, but Aguero's performance in such a short time on the pitch was simply a masterclass. We really should have put in a bid for him last season :-(

    Monday's game at OT is on Sky Sports 1.

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    • Hi Rambro, if you have access to a PC you could try these links. Not always brilliant but can get some of the games on there.
      www.footballstreaming.info/streams/todays-links/
      or try
      http://myp2p.eu/index.php?part=sports
      Good hunting.

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      • the best I find is freefootball.org...then click MyP2P link...click live sports, then football, then the game you want to watch...its best to watch on a stream with a low Bitrate i.e 175..210 ect as opposed to one of 500 or above....this site covers every major game, so even the Hearts game will be shown...most streams are usually 10-15 seconds behind life time.....dont know if its any useful imformation to anyone, but just thought I'd post

      • Cheers lts...I went the streaming route for the Tour De France thsi summer also (and a few other bits and pieces...funnily enough on EuroSport). I'll be checking all and sundry...the trick is not to chose one that sucks your computer dry of information (spyware, malware, worms and viruses). So if those ones you mentioned work for you, then I'll be giving them a shot.
        I'm going to invest in a mobile hotspot, because in addition to the meager TV offerings in the habitat the internet's not hi-speed either (good lor- I can't wait for November!)

        KM - ESPN in the US carries all the Monday games, so its just a matter of being home to watch (the closest pub that shows the games is in my part of town, but I don't want to beg off work and get caught boozing in a pub watching football!!