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Spurs Match to be Aired on Setanta Sports

tottenham hotspur1 Spurs Match to be Aired on Setanta Sports

This year’s UEFA Cup promises to be more interesting than in previous years especially with the West Ham United saga and Tottenham’s entry into the tournament.

Here’s the match that will be shown next week on Setanta Sports:

Thursday, Sept 14, 2:30pm ET:
Slavia Prague v Tottenham Hotspur

With next week’s Champions League matches as well as the UEFA Cup game, it’s going to be a busy week for football fans beginning this Saturday.

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22 Responses to Spurs Match to be Aired on Setanta Sports

  1. SF Gooner says:

    Excellent. Let’s see the Spurs one and only away european game of the season.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Unlike Arsenal’s great European
    pedigree over the previous decades!?

    and why is your new stadium
    half empty!

  3. Anonymous says:

    What does SF stand for? Stupid F***ing perhaps?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Why does it say 2.30pm kick off???
    Is this EPL Talk in another country?
    Because it’s 7pm KO In England.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Ayyyy but do you have to subscribe to it? i must know more now!

  6. Anonymous says:

    it’s on ITV (1 or 2 can’t remember) anyway!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Its on channel 5

  8. Anonymous says:

    it’s on channel five the home games are on itv

  9. Anonymous says:

    Pricks. ITV bought the rights.
    Keep em’ peeled and you catch the game. If not your a muppet

  10. Anonymous says:

    This match is only available in ireland.Setanta dont have the broadcasting rights for the uefa cup in the uk!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Don’t listen to the muppet @ 4:16. Spurs have a deal with ITV for all their HOME games to be shown between ITV1 and ITV4, up to a certain stage in the competition. Thursday’s away tie is to be shown live on Channel FIVE, after the live barcodes game.

  12. reid'safatyock says:


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  14. Anonymous says:

    Setanta owns ESPN in the Unites States of Bush. ET stands for Eastern Time (New York, Boston, etc.). It’s just for their benefit.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Come on you Spurs!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Reidy, I’ve just checked the Channel 5 and ITV websites, and it’s as I said at 4:48. The spammers are on ITV4, Spurs on 5.

  17. Anonymous says:

    He’s right. You can check at

  18. The Gaffer says:

    Yes lads, the match will be on Setanta Sports in the USA, not the UK. I should have clarified that.

    The Gaffer

  19. Anonymous says:

    Setanta owns ESPN in the Unites States of Bush.

    Setanta has NOTHING to do with ESPN. ESPN is owned by Walt Disney.

    A monthly subcription can be paid to watch the Setanta channel on Directv (One of the US’ Satelitte TV services) and ONLY on Directv.

  20. Anonymous says:


  21. Anonymous says:

    ‘Unlike Arsenal’s great European
    pedigree over the previous decades!?’ It’s probably wise for you to look in the record books, you won the fairs cup and cup winners cup… that’s a great record isn’t you idiot!

  22. Anonymous says:


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