Stand and Deliver – The significance of that Unbridgeable Gap created by Fergus McCann’s 60,000 seats - latest from Niall J
I would absolutely pay to watch but I have heard so many problems with Celtic Tv.If closed door games or limited capacity games happen the league needs to allow clubs to broadcast their games online on a PPV basis to fans.
Season ticket holders should obviously have free access and I think £10 per game would be a reasonable ppv fee for non-ticketed fans but I'd happily pay £20. Celtic TV are already all over stopping pirate streams and there would be no Celtic fans watching pirate streams if they could buy a stream directly from the club.
Opposing clubs could be given a percentage of the PPV money for our away games; which would bring much needed revenue into the rest of the league although Sevco's money would have to be capped at a percentage of 800 subscribers.
Celtic TV is fine, but with no-one able to attend the games then it may potentially be SKY TV take the games as they will be sponsors and they will want subscrptions and give viewers a chanell choice dependant on a code maybe.I would absolutely pay to watch but I have heard so many problems with Celtic Tv.
I grew up in Chicago Bulls Mania. It captured the whole country for a time. It crossed team boundaries just like the Decima will in Scotland. I feel Hearts and others know that their grandchildren will be Celtic fans.I've been watching The Last Dance on Netflix and even though it's about a basketball team it's far more than that. It's about sporting excellence. It's what we need not just to win the Decima but to excel in Europe.