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Simon Patterson  says:

BT Sport team break cover

After months of speculation, BT Sport has finally announced the team that will head their 2014 MotoGP coverage. The team will be led by one of the most famous commentary teams in biking history, with former Eurosport commentator Julian Ryder joined by British Champion Keith Huewen. The team, who led Sky Sports’ coverage of GP and World Superbikes in the...

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skoop99

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skoop99 says:

Hm.

 That almost makes me not want to watch it. Can't stand Ryder.

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Richard1967

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Richard1967 says:

But

He speaks so highly of you

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

The Keith and Jules show!

I'm really pleased for the guys - hope they can re-create the same repartee as in the early nineties.

Also Congratulations to MCN's Matt Birt in getting to support these two.

Question is how successful will BT coverage be given their ''pay up or else'' attitude  - unless you buy our Broadand package and then you can watch free.   Compared to SKY their TV package is crap.

 

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dred0

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dred0 says:

broadband

 Just sign up to their  broadband.  Its a great service and you get sports for free.  Its a no brainer really.  

Sky offer no free sports with their package - what are you guys waiting for... everyone needs broadband we all want to watch motogp...simple

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moto4

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moto4 says:

Aha

 And now the truth of why MCN would not mention the petition becomes clear!

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XRWoody

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XRWoody says:

MotoGP & BT Sport

 There are many great commentators, but, for me, the best by far was Ryder & Huwen in the 1990's. So, this news, along with the quantity of GB riders now in MotoGP may finally make me bite my tounge and plunge for BT Sport (via Sky). I totally disagree with what BT Sport has done but can I really miss out on MotoGP 2014 ?

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jewels

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jewels says:

trash

glad i anet got bt sport

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bailbath

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bailbath says:

cheaper

 So for me BT is a lot cheaper than sky for the sports. I don't want football but when I was with Sky you had to spend I think £20+ to get eurosport. With Bt it's under a tenner for all there sport but all I want is the motogp,  bonus is you get eurosport.

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jewels

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jewels says:

april

is this an early april fool mel sykes theyl av des oconner on next,

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

I said this

 Two weeks ago. Well about Sykes and Doyle any way.

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