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Well wiziwig has closed. Sad but that's the away. Now I'm not creating this thread just to ask you what websites you go to to watch your footie but moreoever, football-related TV shows such as Match of the Day, Soccer Saturday, Goals on Sunday etc.
Wiziwig provided an extensive list of those shows. Anyone know where I could find the equivalent online?
 
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Ronaldo7 is pretty bloody good. Has HD links and stuff like that.
 

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You might wanna check out the XMBC thread as well for watching the bootiful game.
 

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Well wiziwig has closed. Sad but that's the away. Now I'm not creating this thread just to ask you what websites you go to to watch your footie but moreoever, football-related TV shows such as Match of the Day, Soccer Saturday, Goals on Sunday etc.
Wiziwig provided an extensive list of those shows. Anyone know where I could find the equivalent online?
Cricfree tv is still going this morning which was wiziwig.
 

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On a semi-related note to the original thread, does anyone know a way to listen to BBC local radio online?

Edit: I mean the football commentaries, in case that wasn't obvious.
 

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You can't listen to football commentaries on the BBC website because they're geographically restricted. I'm looking for a way round that.
 

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You could pay for Ipswich player - which is a few quid a month and you can listen to anyone in the football league.
 

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The BBC radio app never lets you listen to match commentary, absolutely no idea why not. I've never had a problem listening online through a laptop though
 

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Whenever I've tried to listen to Ipswich on Radio Suffolk in the past it hasn't worked.
Not sure then.

As above, if Ipswich have a 'Player' platform you can use that for any other Club (FL or below) who use it and tonnes do. £35/year I think so pre/post match interviews, highlights, full games etc for tonnes of teams.
 

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The BBC radio app never lets you listen to match commentary, absolutely no idea why not. I've never had a problem listening online through a laptop though
It's because they don't have the rights to broadcast them online because of player I think.
 

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It's because they don't have the rights to broadcast them online because of player I think.
Ah right that would make sense, thought it would probably due to contractual reasons. I don't listen on the radio that much anyway, but found I was able to listen online when we played Doncaster in the FA Cup, maybe it only applies to league games.

On a side note, the Bristol City player is absolutely shocking at our club, got 12 days free over Christmas and it was awful quality, radio commentary cut out frequently, and it was about 30 seconds behind. Is that the case for other clubs?
 

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You can't listen to football commentaries on the BBC website because they're geographically restricted. I'm looking for a way round that.
Download Hola for your phone/tablet and this removes geographical restrictions from apps. Then download the BBC Iplayer Radio app, click on Radio Suffolk and it *should* work. Hope this helps.
 

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