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- Re: BBC desperately trying to talk up the women's World Cup
You make good points about growing an audience and kick off times (though the reality of the former is far more complicated than a simple reduction to it being being a pay wall)- but that doesn’t address the question of whether TV coverage should be free to those not attending the games, if anything it contradicts it further - what you’re therefore arguing for is not “free to air” but rather less of it available.
You then undermine the whole argument by suggesting VAR is somehow a result of football not being free to air.
Despite what the anti-Sky brigade like to think, not all of football’s problems is down the pay-wall.
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