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England v Croatia live

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The one time I want to watch live sport, Aweb doesn't have spam to tell me how.

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By lionofludesch
13th Jun 2021 14:49

[chuckle]

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By Cheshire
13th Jun 2021 14:57

Reported your spam dumping! ;-P

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By Paul Crowley
13th Jun 2021 15:01

Trouble is not free
TV licence needed

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By Tax Dragon
13th Jun 2021 15:38

Ok you've hooked me... isn't that a cost of putting yourself in a position to watch, not a cost (in the performance of) watching?

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By Wanderer
13th Jun 2021 16:30

Cost isn't necessarily incurred anyway. I've heard that the TV still works even without a licence and some don't have one at all. Others watch a TV in a somebody else's house. Therefore as not every person who watches the game incurs the expense then surely it can't be necessarily incurred?

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By Tax Dragon
13th Jun 2021 16:34

So I didn't even have to buy the TV?! Now you tell me!

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By lionofludesch
13th Jun 2021 16:43

Tax Dragon wrote:

So I didn't even have to buy the TV?! Now you tell me!

Just go to the game. You'll see it about three seconds earlier.

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By Paul Crowley
13th Jun 2021 16:53

i-player needs a licence, unless you are a student and parents pay for one, and you use batteries not plug in.

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
13th Jun 2021 17:02

Paul Crowley wrote:

i-player needs a licence, unless you are a student and parents pay for one, and you use batteries not plug in.

Not quite right, iPlayer asks you if you have a licence. Not technically the same as actually having one.

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By Cheshire
13th Jun 2021 18:07

Being a student and your parents paying for one doesn't nessecessarily mean the student shouldn't get a licence. Devil is in the detail.

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By SteveHa
14th Jun 2021 11:27

But not other catchup services, so watch it on ITV catchup and you're golden.

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By carnmores
13th Jun 2021 18:05

why is it the one time?

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By Tax Dragon
13th Jun 2021 18:34

By the time Scotland play Wales in the final, I'll know how and where to watch.

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By DJKL
13th Jun 2021 19:19

Did not know you too were a believer in a multiverse.

My challenge for this tournament is to ensure the £10 placed with William Hill is more than £10 by the end, catch is that to date, in the main, my heart has being doing the betting.

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By lionofludesch
13th Jun 2021 19:26

DJKL wrote:

Did not know you too were a believer in a multiverse.

That's a poem with more than one verse, isn't it?

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By DJKL
13th Jun 2021 22:22

Pretty much.

Did you know Samuel Taylor Coleridge was one of the first football commentators.

"It is an ancient Mariner,
And he stoppeth one of three."

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By Jabba the Hut
14th Jun 2021 12:17

Not bad for a centre forward!

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By DJKL
14th Jun 2021 14:54

Yet another Paul, they get everywhere.

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By Wilson Philips
14th Jun 2021 08:27

William Hill? I'm sure they's not the only ones at it, but I consider their behaviour to be despicable. In big bold capitals they're offering 60/1 against Scotland to win today. But read the (very) small print and you will see that the stake is a fixed £1 and if you win you get 6 £10 bets. And folks wonder why we still have a gambling problem in the UK?

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
14th Jun 2021 11:43

William Hill also have a "Bet £10 Get £40" (of Free Sports Bets) Offer, which was tempting yours truly to wager a tenner on Scotland and spread-bet the free £40 on the Czechs and a draw.

Until, that is, I studied the smallprint; which stipulates a "35 x wagering requirement" & "max redeemable bonus £25" (whatever that means). Whatever happened to bet responsibly?

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By Arthur Putey
14th Jun 2021 11:39

I watched it, because there was no cricket on. At least the football result provided some cheer, as I had been anticipating another great British (because its always British if we lose) sporting defeat.

Next time, arrange a Teams call with someone who has a subscription and do a crafty screen share [joke - I would never condone such practice].

On a more serious note, it is a concern that people were on Aweb on a hot sunny Sunday afternoon, and I would like to refer you for counselling.

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
14th Jun 2021 13:26

But it was Siesta time!

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By Arthur Putey
14th Jun 2021 14:22

But Aweb, on a Sunday? Haven't accountants got lives? Its not as if its January and there are tax returns to do. Mind you, some will no doubt claim that all the extra pandemic pressure means they work 24/7, and in most cases I would believe them.

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
14th Jun 2021 13:28

But it was Siesta time!

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By Cheshire
14th Jun 2021 14:36

Raining where I was, but only for an hour, thats my excuse and Im sticking to it.

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