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Does anyone know of any nice pubs here where English Premiership and Champions League footie games are televised?
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Old 30.12.2005, 17:37
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Re: premiership footie

The Oliver Twist is probably the best bet for pretty much all footie and rugby

http://www.pickwick.ch/zuerich/map.html
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Re: premiership footie

the twist and the nelson cover EPL quite well, as does the Lion.

Alternately, between Sky and, for example, TPS, you have three matches in a row Saturday and two Sunday plus CL and lots more...... www.knplogic.com shows the channels showing footy daily.

Only a dish can separate you with this (he says with multi-sat setup and Dragon CAM )
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Re: premiership footie

Thanks for the tips. Last night I could watch ManUre hold my beloved Gunners to a 0-0 draw.
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Re: premiership footie

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Thanks for the tips. Last night I could watch ManUre hold my beloved Gunners to a 0-0 draw.
I watched that at home on my 273x155cm screen
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Re: premiership footie

You need mates to come over and share that visual candy with you, don't you? I bet you're looking forward to the Chelski/Barcelona fixture. Mind, Gunners have Real Madrid for the same fixture... things don't get much sweeter, unless of course one has a cinema sized screen at home!
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Re: premiership footie

I have no mates, my wife's seen to that.

To get a bigger picture, I'd have to move my beamer, drill new holes in the ceiling and pull the cables through a little more.....and I only have about 100cm width to go
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Re: premiership footie

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I have no mates, my wife's seen to that.
I love ticking the 'divorced' checkboxes on official forms. Doesn't help much when I'm not the one with a drive-in movie screen in the house to watch the footie on
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Re: premiership footie

One of the benefits of having a TV and movie addicted wife and the chance to spec it on a new building project

And as the wall it's projecting onto would cost 1000 bucks for a screen, I am improving it myself
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Re: premiership footie

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One of the benefits of having a TV and movie addicted wife and the chance to spec it on a new building project

And as the wall it's projecting onto would cost 1000 bucks for a screen, I am improving it myself
Yeah, good screens are something that isn't discussed much. They are hard to find and expensive. Luckily I got a nice small screen bundled with my projector when I bought it many years ago. It's served me well (unlike my flat screen telly).......


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Re: premiership footie

Don't know if it is of any interest but you can watch pretty well any Premier league match through feeds over the internet and then feed it to your telly quite easily or beamer... Okay usually there is no English commentary because it is out of Israel, China, India etc

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Re: premiership footie

Presently with Sky, TPS and D+ from Spain, there's little need for more... But my beamer has a computer connected to it in native 1280x720 mode.....very pleasing
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