SPFL, BT Sport & Sky announce changes to Rangers matches

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BT Sport, Sky Sports and the SPFL
have today announced fixture alterations to accommodate for TV broadcasts.
Rangers’ home clash with St
Mirren as the curtain-raiser on the new season has been switched from Saturday
8th August at 15:00 to Friday the 7th at 19:45 hours.

The trip to Alloa a week later on
the 15th has also been changed from 15:00 that day to the following
Sunday at 12:30, as has the visit of Hibs, altered from the 22nd at
15:00 to the 23rd again at 12:30.
These changes are among a glut of
matches throughout Rangers’ early season which have all been altered for TV
schedules, and other opponents Morton and Queen of the South will find their ties with Rangers affected too.
Fans prepared for the original
kick off times will now have to change their plans to accommodate the new
times, which is sure to cause frustration for many who were ready for the
original schedule.

12 COMMENTS

  1. This is ridiculous! The opening game should not be moved, I now can't make it. I understand TV money, but I pay my money too, along with all season ticket holders!

  2. That's wrong Craig feel for you mate, seems clubs and sfa bow down to tv, everyone wants money into club but fans and principles should always come first.

  3. Fans & Principles don't buy players capable of winning leagues. Love it or hate it, we rely on TV Income.

  4. Well how dumb are you then? Fans are the only people buying players for gers with season ticket money king hasn't spent anything have you got a spangle for a brain?

  5. Still very little being said about the latest appeal on the tax case and the possibility of Nimmo Smith's judgment and all that went with it being overruled and effectively rubbished.

  6. These tims are obsessed by our GREAT Club why are they on our forums in the first place ? Probably something to do with us being WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONS 54 TITLES and still plenty to come ! Get a life timmys and accept it WE ARE THE PEOPLE and always will be ! Dunky Posso Bear

  7. Still very little being said about the latest appeal on the tax case and the possibility of Nimmo Smith's judgment and all that went with it being overruled and effectively rubbished. This is my professional view as a tax lawyer with no interest in Scottish soccer.

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