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The satellite channels released their schedules for live premier league games with the usual focus on the top 6.

Sky released theirs with us scheduled to be on three times before the end of November.

The top 6 are due to be shown at least six times each and it's not what I pay my Sky bill for. The sooner we get some sort of TV season ticket the better as far as im concerned or we somehow get ambitious and crack the top 4, whichever comes first.

Anyway, we start on Sky on the opening weekend of the season with our home game against Man City being moved to the Sunday (17th August) for a 4pm Super Sunday slot.

The following Saturday sees BT Sports air our away trip to Aston Villa with a quarter to one kick off.

The end of September sees us face Stoke at their place before a lengthy gap until the beginning of November sees two games at home to Liverpool and away to West Brom respectively chosen.


NUFC TV Schedule So Far.

Sun 17.08.2014 Manchester City (h) 4pm SKY
Sat 23.08.2014 Aston Villa (a) 12.45pm BT
Mon 29.09.2014 Stoke City (a) 8pm SKY
Sat 01.11.2014 Liverpool (h) 12.45pm BT
Sun 09.11.2014 West Bromwich Albion (a) 1.30pm SKY



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Writer:Talk of the Tyne
Date:Monday July 14 2014
Time: 11:58PM

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