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- Re: BBC desperately trying to talk up the women's World Cup
But ignoring your rather silly question, my point was about people expecting to watch entertainment and particularly, in this case (and tacitly implied) live professional sport for free.
Attending (almost all) sporting events isnít free. TV rights arenít free. TV production isnít free. Why should the product be given away free?
People pay to watch Luton matches. Why should people who donít bother going get to watch it for nothing on TV?
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