Forget the famous Match of the Day studio. Fan media channels are providing raw and direct content made for the fans, by the fans. They have changed the dynamic of football analysis giving power to the everyday fan straight outside the stadium.
Fan media is a topic that could not divide opinion any more if it wanted to. It’s the marmite of the football world. Dive in as I look at AFTV and other fan channels.
For years Sky and BT have been the dominant broadcasters for the Premier League. Their live coverage has been the only worthwhile tele to watch on weekends. Not to mention Monday nights too, where Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher’s bickering kicks off the week in style. But with the rise of streaming platforms, could this all be about to change?
It’s the start of the new year. Christmas has long been forgotten. Hence decorations have been taken down. While new years hangovers are wearing off, which can only mean one thing. The January transfer window is up and active. And thus transfer announcements are about to be in full force. So what better time to look at the worst transfer announcement videos of the Premier league.
My initial thought, no. eSports will never be a replacement or anywhere even close to the thrill of real-life sports. I refuse to believe that gaming sports can ever overtake any athletic sporting activity. But should I be giving them a chance? Recently eSports have been gaining a meteoric rise in attention. So is it time to stop knocking them and start taking them more seriously? The English Premier league is giving eSports a chance. Maybe we can too.
It is being used more and more overseas so why has the mighty Premier league not jumped on board the bandwagon. Here’s all we need to know about the potential addition of VAR in the Premier League: