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Tifferette
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Halbdaggl
Huddersfield hat nicht nur Klassefans (insb. Patrick Stewart, siehe unten), sondern steht nach zwei Siegen in der PL auf Platz zwei.

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'Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.'






Hasenrupfer
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Granadaseggl
Die Engländer kriegen so viiiel mehr Kohle, total unfair, und jetzt dürfen die sogar an Heiligabend kicken während die Bundesliga unter'm Tannenbaum hocken muss! Wie gemein.

On a day that vast swaths of the British population set aside for last-minute trolley dashes, family reunions, festive roistering and all the domestic disquiet that entails, we could almost certainly do without the added distraction of Premier League football on television. Couldn’t we?

Apparently not, despite the fact almost everyone involved apart from the broadcasting company that paid £11m for British TV rights for the match appears to agree it is a ridiculous idea. Even before a final decision has been made, both football clubs involved have complained, as have their supporters.

But while Sky Sports has not yet publicly acknowledged any of these gripes, early indications suggest it is likely to respond to this almost unanimous groundswell of disapproval by – yes, you’ve guessed it – scheduling a second Premier League match for the same day and transforming Christmas Eve into a Super Sleigh Bell Sunday featuring two games instead of the more traditional and generally accepted none.


https://www.theguardian.com/media/blog/2017/oct/05/premier-league-christmas-eve-west-ham-newcastle-arsenal-liverpool-sky-sports

Und ja, ich weiß, dass auf der Insel Christmas Day - also der 1.Weihnachtsfeiertag - der eigentliche Bescherungstag ist. Still, yet Yet, still...

Cleansman
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Granadaseggl
Hasenrupfer hat geschrieben:Die Engländer kriegen so viiiel mehr Kohle, total unfair, und jetzt dürfen die sogar an Heiligabend kicken während die Bundesliga unter'm Tannenbaum hocken muss! Wie gemein.

On a day that vast swaths of the British population set aside for last-minute trolley dashes, family reunions, festive roistering and all the domestic disquiet that entails, we could almost certainly do without the added distraction of Premier League football on television. Couldn’t we?

Apparently not, despite the fact almost everyone involved apart from the broadcasting company that paid £11m for British TV rights for the match appears to agree it is a ridiculous idea. Even before a final decision has been made, both football clubs involved have complained, as have their supporters.

But while Sky Sports has not yet publicly acknowledged any of these gripes, early indications suggest it is likely to respond to this almost unanimous groundswell of disapproval by – yes, you’ve guessed it – scheduling a second Premier League match for the same day and transforming Christmas Eve into a Super Sleigh Bell Sunday featuring two games instead of the more traditional and generally accepted none.


https://www.theguardian.com/media/blog/2017/oct/05/premier-league-christmas-eve-west-ham-newcastle-arsenal-liverpool-sky-sports

Und ja, ich weiß, dass auf der Insel Christmas Day - also der 1.Weihnachtsfeiertag - der eigentliche Bescherungstag ist. Still, yet Yet, still...


Vielleicht kommt die DFL auf die Idee, das Spiel Werder-VfB auch auf Heiligabend zzu verlegen....