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Pompey v Manyoo live on pfcTV!

Pompey v Manyoo live on pfcTV!

There is probably a good chance that you will not be going to Nigeria to follow Pompey this weekend, very few are - and understandably so. But never fear so long as you are a pfcTV subscriber you can still follow both games, and watch the Manyoo one live online!

These are the details as published on the Pompey Site...

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WATCH POMPEY V MAN UTD LIVE ON PFCTV

Very few Pompey supporters will be able to follow their heroes on the Blues' pre-season adventure in Nigeria.

But PfcTV subscribers can watch live coverage of Pompey taking on Manchester United in Abuja.

The Blues take on the English and European champions on Sunday, July 27, kick-off 7.45pm.
The match will be streamed live on PfcTV - Pompey's online television channel.

Pompey will also face either the Nigerian national team or a Nigerian Premier League side on Saturday, July 26, kick-off 5pm.

PfcTV subscribers can listen to live Quay radio commentary of this game.

Extended highlights of both games will also be made available the day after each match. Click on the link below to subscribe to PfcTV.

Go to PfcTV.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday July 23 2008
Time: 4:27PM

Comments

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has anyone got PFCtv??? is it worth getting??
CharlieChimes
23/07/2008 16:45:00
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If you're going to Nigeria make sure you have some bloodie good bodyguards. You'll be just as safe there as if you were in Iraq! So no I won't be going. I'll be in Norwich, a bit quieter there, I hope!
storagematt
23/07/2008 16:53:00
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i have pfctv - i quite like it tbh - and i will be watching it ... tbh u can watch live football using myp2p.eu and getting various software (i use sopcast)
pompey--pessimist
23/07/2008 17:22:00
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I use PFCtv too mainly because I can't pick up the Quay in Salisbury so I use it more for the Radio - It's about £40 a year subscription (or £4 a month I think) but does have a lot of interviews and stuff on there if you can be bothered to watch. Best thing about it is that you can listen to the games live on the radio and see all the league goals (home or away) later the same night in most cases. If you can afford it .. it's worth it especially if you can't get to the games and can't pick up the Quay on match days
Chix
23/07/2008 18:47:00
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to be honest I just hope that they are all taking their Malaria tablets, and they keep themselves covered up. All we need is half the squad missing at the start of the season because they have contracted a disease
harrissman
24/07/2008 07:35:00
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This mite be one of the first games where we see the real John Utaka as iam guessing he will play and want to look good in front of his home fans.
sneakay
24/07/2008 10:12:00
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I'm hoping to watch this on line too - I was hoping the Fratton Park sports bar might screen it as well, but it seems not. I'm a bit worried about them going to Nigeria, but I'm sure premiership footballers will be well looked after, they're worth millions! I hope those fans that do go will be OK and that they are taking the malaria tablets too.
tracyc
24/07/2008 20:33:00
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