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The Football Supporters' Association has vowed to continue to fight for the fans against the game’s broadcasters.

Instead of the usual 7:45pm or 8pm kick off times, games on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will either kick off at 7:30pm or 8:15pm, with supporters arguing that the 7:30pm games make it harder to get to from work and that the 8:15pm kick off time makes some buses and trains harder to get.



Ultimately as we’ve seen supporters are the ones losing out - but we’ll continue to lobby the football authorities and broadcasters for a better deal.”



“We warned Ofcom about the dangers of forcing more broadcasters into English football but supporters’ concerns were set aside.

Amazon Prime delivered their first live broadcast of Premier League games on Tuesday night, joining Sky Sports and BT Sport in broadcasting England’s top-flight.

And now Kevin Miles, chief executive of the FSA, has vowed to fight the football authorities and broadcasters for a better deal for supporters.

But the Premier League’s call to grant another broadcaster the rights to show live action was seen as controversial among some, with fans having to fund yet another subscription to follow their teams on television.
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