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    BT Sport signal fails during crucial final minutes of north London derby

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      BT Sport signal fails during crucial final minutes of north London derby

      BT Sport signal fails during crucial final minutes of north London derby | Media | The Guardian
      Live broadcast of Saturday’s Arsenal v Tottenham match was lost with only three minutes remaining and with the game poised at 2-2

      Football fans across the UK went in to momentary meltdown on Saturday after the signal of BT Sport’s broadcast failed in the crucial final moments of the highly-anticipated north London derby.

      The signal of the live broadcast from Saturday’s Arsenal v Tottenham match was lost with only three minutes remaining of stoppage time, when the game was poised at 2-2. A message which appeared on the screen simply read: “We apologise for the interruption. We will be back on air as soon as possible.”

      When the coverage returned it lacked any sound, and the game ended without a scoreline showing. Commentators did not address the technical glitch but presenter Jake Humphrey apologised once coverage had returned to the studio.

      Fans of both clubs let the station know of their disbelief, and the broadcaster, which charges up to £19.99 a month for subscriptions, soon began trending on Twitter.

      Former Arsenal player Fabrice Muamba wrote “omg @btsportfootball” while a Chelsea FC affiliated account tweeted: “No Siri, I did not call you. I said ‘Are you serious’ because BT have ended football.”

      The game ended on a draw, with Toby Alderweireld and Harry Kane scoring for Spurs and Aaron Ramsey and Alexis Sanchez for Arsenal.
      Comment: Who would like to rub it in?



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      Re: BT Sport signal fails during crucial final minutes of north London derby

      BT the premier telecommunications company in the country can't beem a uninterrupted signal from White hart lane to Stratford oh dear.

     

     

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