Former Aston Villa striker and talkSPORT pundit Gabby Agbonlahor has sparked a lively debate about football subscription services on TV. Despite Scotland’s historic win against Spain being shown on the recently launched Viaplay service, Gabby didn’t watch the game, citing the ever-growing number of TV services that show football as the reason. With broadcasters including Sky Sports, BT Sport, and Amazon Prime having the rights to show games in the UK, fans are paying large amounts of money, yet not every match is broadcasted. talkSPORT’s Simon Jordan has previously spoken on the idea of the introduction of a ‘Netflix of football’ streaming platform, charging £9.99 a month to watch Premier League games. With the Premier League said to be the world’s most watched league and fixtures worth around £3billion in the broadcasting rights, Gabby has struck a chord with many football-loving individuals who are struggling to keep up with the plethora of options available. Don’t miss out on the exciting talkSPORT games airing on April 1st – tune in via our free online streaming service, DAB digital radio or download the talkSPORT app.
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