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28/10/2020 4:34 PM  #21


Re: Streaming

After talking to Matt the issue was not enough room in the gantry but having no electric in the gantry which is what Dartford needed

 

28/10/2020 6:23 PM  #22


Re: Streaming

Taken from official club website

’=16pxWe are aware that because of the “behind closed doors” policy preventing supporters of “elite” clubs attending football matches at present time, many NL clubs are streaming their games.
CTFC is currently considering streaming options but we have yet to decide on the best way forward.
We are aware that there have been some initial teething problems for some clubs and we would wish to avoid that situation so that our supporters are able to enjoy fully the matches streamed from the outset’

 

28/10/2020 10:38 PM  #23


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Interestingly the u19s are showing their youth Cup game on Facebook tomorrow night so we'll see how that goes...

 

09/11/2020 9:00 AM  #24


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Guess there is no update on this in time for the Slough game tomorrow? There was a quote on the website as mentioned by frank above and Dartford managed to come to our ground and stream the game so I wondered whether we are any closer to every other club in the league and offer streaming.

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09/11/2020 11:06 AM  #25


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Once again, the lack of live streaming of a home fixture, the Slough game on Tuesday evening, is hugely disappointing to me.

It’s been two weeks since our friends from Dartford live streamed a home fixture from Hardenhuish Park with apparently little trouble setting up and broadcasting the game

As a club, I would have hoped we picked the brains of Dartford streaming team and used their experience to help set up a suitable live streaming for Chippenham home games.

As I said earlier, I am disappointed with the lack of live streaming of home fixtures

 

09/11/2020 11:34 AM  #26


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Agree Frank, as stated previously the club is behind so many with off pitch activities, yes the young lads try and do the best. Financially there is no reason now the league has backed all the clubs with huge grants, where is that money going? Slough tomorrow, 3 points please all, our opponents have conceded a lot of goals so I will go for 3 - 1 Bluebirds.

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09/11/2020 11:42 AM  #27


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Reginald74 wrote:

Agree Frank, as stated previously the club is behind so many with off pitch activities, yes the young lads try and do the best without help from those above. Financially there is no reason now the league has backed all the clubs with huge grants, where is that money going? Slough tomorrow, 3 points please all, our opponents have conceded a lot of goals so I will go for 3 - 1 Bluebirds.

I think there has been a Statement in the past about how much it costs to run the football clubs wage bill Electricity ground rent and paying the officials don’t think 30k per month even Touches the sides think it means the club is just about able to keep its head above water

 

09/11/2020 7:43 PM  #28


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Donk, I take your point but I would imagine the biggest monthly bill would be the playing wages,  the grant money which was was sent to the club along that with the huge amount the directors would have agreed to at the start of the season all adds up, I am positive the club would have continued in  its original  present state without the grant money due to NB and his board’s input. We also have the bonus of a free weeks money with no game last week. 

 

09/11/2020 9:13 PM  #29


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Have those moaning offered to help? By buying or lending their own equipment? No thought not.
Remember when the question was asked regarding streaming, not many were interested.
As I’ve read the streaming has been hit or miss at other clubs.
I‘be no idea how much this equipment costs but guessing it’s hundreds of pounds rather than tens. So is it worth the outlay for a handful of people?

 

10/11/2020 8:41 AM  #30


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Reginald74 wrote:

Donk, I take your point but I would imagine the biggest monthly bill would be the playing wages,  the grant money which was was sent to the club along that with the huge amount the directors would have agreed to at the start of the season all adds up, I am positive the club would have continued in  its original  present state without the grant money due to NB and his board’s input. We also have the bonus of a free weeks money with no game last week. 

At the end of the day I think nb has put to much money in already why should he put more in it is a Business at the end of the day imagine if you were asked to start paying paying Thousands of pounds a year to keep watching football only for people to come on and slag you off Where would we be if he pulled the plug tomorrow?

 

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