Posted by sean on October 11, 2007 at 10:03 pm in Football, Television with No Comments


This evening I found out I could subscribe to Setanta Sports on the internet. Long time readers of my blog will know, that due to having an enchanted forest at the foot of my garden, I am unable to pick up a Freeview or Sky signal. Therefore, the only way I can follow football in my flat is via radio or some dodgy peer-2-peer internet stream.

Tonight, however, I am an official subscriber of Setanta. £7.99 gets me Setana Sports 1, Setana Sports 2. Setana Sports Golf (about as much interest to me as MUTV), as well as lots of archived footy. This evening was Torquay v Oxford United. Oxford went 3-0 up by half time. Torquay made an amazing second half comeback to make the finalscore 3-3. What a game. Setanta is fast becoming known as “the comeback channel”, with many of the matches featuring heroic comebacks from one of the sides playing. It was only the other week Spurs came back from 4-1 down to draw 4-4 with Aston Villa – a game which was shown on Setanta.

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