bigblue wrote:Nigels Tackle wrote:Fans will be able to access much of that content for free, but for a US$3.99 per month subscription fee will gain unlimited access to a social community where they can share what they like, vote on polls and take part in quizzes with players, who have been pinned down to five-year contracts.
that quote from the ceo sums the whole thing up.
That's really all you got in response?
So are you trying to imply that since Mendy and Jesus agreed to provide content for the next 5 years to this new football media company, they will not be giving free interviews and content as they have in the past? Do you have anything to back this up (like some type of exclusivity clause where they can't talk to other media outlets)?
Just talking complete nonsense as usual.
And from your earlier post:Nigels Tackle wrote:point him to the kids city app - more than enough on there and it’s free. on top of the £3.99/month otro want i’m pretty sure they will be pushing a shit load of advertising at the kids to make their business work. the lads they have signed up won’t have come cheaply!
Have you turned on the TV or radio in the past 20 years? Have you ever been on the internet outside of this website? Have you walked down any city street? There is advertising (especially directed towards kids) everywhere. You've identified an existing problem. But going after this company (and 2 City players' affiliation with it), is the completely wrong solution.You're like a depressed Don Quixote, except fighting some company named Otro instead of windmills. Pathetic. /quote]
what is the solution then, 'o wise one? do you have kids? do you have a moral compass?