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Lousy lousy lousy...

Think back, l should not have pay that $15 to the provider. (would it be a better choice to squeeze at Braddell Mac to catch it for free??)

After all, it was something not worth the money paid.

Like al lot of people, I still believe that no extra cent should be incurred to see the game we love.

To make thing worse, the "side dishes" that were to compliment the "main dish" were plain and dull (where are the pre-match analysis and those post-match reviews by any panel of experts, the last time we seen that done was by Les Murray and the late Johnny Warren).

No doubt about it, a lot of fans had criticized the "not-up-to-grade" coverage by the provider.

Just take an example, on a few occasions a non-English speaking coach was being interviewed after the macth, hell would we know what is he talking about when there's not translation or whatsoever.

Given this half-hearted coverage l guess, once again we are being called the laughing stock of the region for paying a prenium for scrappy production by the provider who thought by serving us the main dish is sufficient..

(Writing this base on the fact that l'm still using the old receiver)

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