Celtic season ticket holders rage as free Premier Sports stream causes problems – The Scottish Sun

CELTIC fans have blasted Premier Sports after many struggled to watch today’s match against Ross County.

The broadcasters partnered with the Hoops to allow season ticket holders to tune into the Betfred Cup clash at Parkhead free of charge.

Celtic fans are trying to tune into today's Betfred Cup game with little success

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Celtic fans are trying to tune into today’s Betfred Cup game with little successCredit: PA:Press Association

Celtic fans received a free weekend pass but countless have complained about the stream on Twitter, with many unable to access the coverage.

One wrote: “The quality of my stream is terrible and as always with Premier sports, it just randomly disconnects at any given time.”

Another said: “Shocking service @[email protected]@CelticFCSLO Got the build up and 1 minute after kickoff I was thrown out. 25 minutes to get back in.”

A third commented: “It’s a joke that STH’s have paid money to get behind the club and constantly have issues trying to watch games. We still can’t get on.”


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A fourth blasted: “An absolute joke of a company @CelticFCSLO attempted log in 20 times. Thrown out says no account try to log back in. Says I need to log out first. How can I log out if I don’t have an account . Raging!”

One punter hit out: “@PremierSportsTV Worst streaming service I’ve ever used…..this is definitely a first and last. Utterly useless.”

Another fizzed: “Why haven’t they got this running smoothly by now? So poor.”

While this fan added: “What a joke. Paying season tickets and can’t even get the game on the tv.”

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