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Promotional: Why is big tournament football technology so patchy?

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil was, without question, the most technologically advanced ever. In short, it was the first seriously competitive international tournament to employ technology in a number of new ways – the most obvious being goal-line technology of course. And with so much at stake in major football competitions these days, it seems a given that technology …

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Tottenham Turfies launches: A Moshi Monsters rival for young Spurs fans

This is a guest post by Chris Waddams, Spurs fanatic and writer for www.thfc1882.com. Tottenham Hotspur football club have launched their new website Tottenham Turfies, a Moshi Monsters rival aimed at young Spurs fans. They claim that it is the…

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Gerald LynchTottenham Turfies launches: A Moshi Monsters rival for young Spurs fans

After the Sky/Premier League ruling how you can watch football on foreign satellite channels

Potentially huge news today as the European Court of Justice has ruled in favour of a pub landlady from Portsmouth who has been showing live football from foreign channels in her establishment, rather than subscribing to Sky. The ECJ said…

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Ashley NorrisAfter the Sky/Premier League ruling how you can watch football on foreign satellite channels