Watching Posh Online

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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by poshnipper » 13 Sep 2020, 10:31

Poshay wrote:
12 Sep 2020, 21:58
ashman wrote:
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Poshay wrote:
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Despite having paid my season ticket fees for the coming season over a month ago I haven't received any written confirmation yet. How will the iFollow passcodes be conveyed to ST holders?
When they are ready I assume. No need to panic yet; it's another ten days before the league season starts.
It's only a week to the first Home match and still no sign of a voucher. Has anyone here received their voucher yet???
Panic not. It will take a nano-second to email the codes out.
We go again...
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by Poshay » 17 Sep 2020, 07:22

Great News. Both of us received letters yesterday with the codes for the Fleetwood match. Codes for future matches will be sent by email.
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by Poshay » 19 Sep 2020, 10:21

All systems are Go for this afternoon. But which match to watch ; Leeds v Fulham on TV or Posh v Fleetwood? I don't fancy watching kick and rush so It will be the latter.
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by bristleposh » 19 Sep 2020, 10:32

Poshay wrote:
19 Sep 2020, 10:21
All systems are Go for this afternoon. But which match to watch ; Leeds v Fulham on TV or Posh v Fleetwood? I don't fancy watching kick and rush so It will be the latter.
According to one so called fan that is exactly what Posh play
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by dunc » 19 Sep 2020, 12:25

I shall just listen to the radio coverage this week as the iplayer didn't work for me last week, nor for many other people apparently!

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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by bristleposh » 19 Sep 2020, 20:07

I missed the first five minutes, internet connection dropped..
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by tonyp » 19 Sep 2020, 21:07

bristleposh wrote:
19 Sep 2020, 20:07
I missed the first five minutes, internet connection dropped..
From what I've read the last five minutes were worth watching. Lucky your internet connection didn't drop then.
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by Poshay » 19 Sep 2020, 22:02

One thing that confused me was that the Radio Cambs commentator was in the Main stand but the camera was in the South ; when he referred to action being "on the far side" it appeared to be on the near side and his left and right hand sides were wrong too. On the whole though the programme was well presented and well worth watching.
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by bristleposh » 19 Sep 2020, 22:20

Poshay wrote:
19 Sep 2020, 22:02
One thing that confused me was that the Radio Cambs commentator was in the Main stand but the camera was in the South ; when he referred to action being "on the far side" it appeared to be on the near side and his left and right hand sides were wrong too. On the whole though the programme was well presented and well worth watching.
It has always been that way on iFollow for home games
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Re: Watching Posh Online

Post by tonyp » 20 Sep 2020, 01:25

Poshay wrote:
19 Sep 2020, 22:02
One thing that confused me was that the Radio Cambs commentator was in the Main stand but the camera was in the South ; when he referred to action being "on the far side" it appeared to be on the near side and his left and right hand sides were wrong too. On the whole though the programme was well presented and well worth watching.
It's a while since I watched iFollow and there was no commentary. I used to log in to Radio Cambs but the problem then was no synchronisation. I guess that has been fixed. But the commentators didn't seem to have a TV monitor and weren't able to see any replays. They were reporting to a radio audience and "far side" "near side" etc didn't really matter.
As the season progresses I will try again. I might even try to get up and watch the Sunderland game.
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