I havent had any issues with ifollow(Scampaignerhorpe version). Not fully sure of the actual quality but it looked good.Don't want to turn this into the Wimbledon thread but reporting in that after 12 games the Dons finally got their first win . A bit of a shame to concede two late and give back some GD but it still feels like there is a team coming together.
Been disappointed in ifollow the last few games, it could well be my internet which is rubbish and averaging about 12-15mps lately, but that still streams HD without problems but with ifollow I'm hit and miss with 540p with no chance of 720 or HD.
I havent had any issues with ifollow(Scampaignerhorpe version). Not fully sure of the actual quality but it looked good.
This is the time of year where i have to learn how to record games to watch them in the morning.
good to see Bigfooty has a case of the Scunny problem.
I think I may have rambled on about this last season, but the FA have ruined the Trophy by allowing the U23 to join the competition. It was a competition that a lot of lower league clubs and supporters enjoyed because it gave the clubs extra revenue and the fans the chance to see their club play at Wembley if they made the final.And to do it based on the League Trophy that noone cares about
Macclesfield's financial woes are growing, the players are on strike and now the EFL have begun investigations.
Macclesfield are the third team from the Manchester region that has found themselves in financial difficulty this year. Bury are gone and Bolton barely survived. What is going on in Manchester?
Too many professional teams is what's going on. Manchester and surrounds doesn't need 7 or 10. The big 2 are going to hoover up all the kids watching streams in the 2020s.Macclesfield Town are doing well on field, but their off field issues are getting worse. Their players plan to boycott this weekends game and former Manager Sol Campbell has backed the HMR&C's bid to wind up the club. They are due to appear in court on December 18
If successful there will be no relegations from the football league this season.
I did a little research and I'm surprised at how many clubs reside in the Greater Manchester area. There are 35 clubs in the top 10 tiers including seven in the Premier/Football Leagues, and then tiers 11 and 12 have a Greater Manchester Premier League and Division One competition.Too many professional teams is what's going on. Manchester and surrounds doesn't need 7 or 10. The big 2 are going to hoover up all the kids watching streams in the 2020s.