I know this has been touched on in another post, but I was seriously appalled that the England vs Wales game is not on terrestrial television (I have sky sports so watching is not really an issue - this is an argument of principle)
Considering that a) its a competitive International and b) its a home nations derby, I think it is shocking that neither the BBC or ITV are showing it. (I am focusing more on the BBC in this rant as we pay for it!) I thought it was funny that there was an hour long Football Focus talking almost exclusively about the game, but then the BBC are not even showing it!
So here is my question - Considering the licence fee that we all have to pay; should the BBC have an obligation to air competitive Home Nations football games? (including Scotland, Wales and Ni if that's where you are) Is it fair that those who don't have sky cannot watch their own county play without either illegal streaming or going to a pub? What are we paying our licence for if the BBC can't even air competitive England international matches?
Or does nobody else care? Opinions please!