Multi screen you say? No different to any other league
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FFS this council is hopeless. I can smell refunds coming up if these games are played outside the Coast.
I think it's a win for home fans though, statistically saturday night games are always the best attended and the more games played on a saturday night rather than a hot sunday afternoon the better imo. Although it would appear the Mariners don't have any saturday prime time games during the first 6 rounds.Yeah I'm not about to watch a replay on Saturday night when I will already know the score.
I've got young kids, if its a choice between whatever they're watching on a Sunday arvo and chucking some A league on a phone or tablet it's A league every time. Depending what I'm up to 3 or 4 games isn't unlikely. On a good day could knock out 3 in a row with a Perth late game in a triple header.i can't imagine how few people would have the time/opportunity/inclination to watch all six!
Same, I manage to watch most games every week.I've got young kids, if its a choice between whatever they're watching on a Sunday arvo and chucking some A league on a phone or tablet it's A league every time. Depending what I'm up to 3 or 4 games isn't unlikely. On a good day could knock out 3 in a row with a Perth late game in a triple header.
Gotta be a Shaun question over in the fans and the club.Last paragraph of an article about player vaccinations
‘Meanwhile, Central Coast Mariners are without a home ground for the start of the season with the club yet to reach a tenancy agreement with Central Coast Council for use of the stadium in Gosford. Senior A-League sources suggest the APL is negotiating with the council on behalf of the Mariners, though the club is entertaining the prospect of playing their first home games in other regions, potentially in Sydney and Wollongong.’
Having read some more that seems to be the case. If they offer the traditional experience and ability to watch both without spoilers on P+ and the two game cross on FTA that offers the best of both worlds.That's on FTA. Its most likely done for casual watchers under the assumption that real fans will have P+