Fans slam Sky Sports as 'absolute shambles' feed cuts out deep in extra-time


FANS had been left fuming at Sky Sports as their play-off feed minimize out deep into further time.

Carlisle’s dramatic win over Bradford vanished from screens close to the top of the League Two semi-final second-leg.


Fans had been left fuming as Bradford’s defeat to Carlisle minimize out on Sky Sports late on
Carlisle beat Bradford 3-2 on aggregate to seal their place in the League Two play-off final


Carlisle beat Bradford 3-2 on mixture to seal their place within the League Two play-off remainingCredit score: Getty

And supporters rapidly piled on social media to slam the “absolute shambles.”

One mentioned: “Sky Sports lost the the picture for the Carlisle Bradford game with 2 mins of extra time left. You’d be fuming.”

One other declared: “Watching the Carlisle Bradford game and its just switched off completely. Nice one Sky.”

One famous: “The blank screen of Carlisle vs Bradford is exactly why we’re playing Sky a criminal amount per month – didn’t want to watch it anyway.”

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One other added: “Are Sky Sports taking the p**s with the Bradford game?! Absolute shambles.”

One mentioned: “Bradford Carlisle coverage has been a shambles on Sky, went to an ad break 3 minutes early in normal time, and now this went on for a good 5 minutes in extra time.”

One other added: “You’d be sick if you were a Carlisle or Bradford fan watching this on Sky. Absolute shocker.”

One famous: “Watched that game for 118 minutes for you to get a technical fault now. F**k off Sky. Imagine being a Bradford fan who couldn’t go.”


Bradford had been left heartbroken at full-time as Carlisle sealed a 3-1 win to win 3-2 on mixture.

Bradley Halliday’s own-goal put Carlisle forward within the twenty first minute.

And after the sport went to further time, they took a 98th minute lead by Callum Man.

Bradford then levelled eight minutes later due to Matt Derbyshire’s strike.

However Ben Barclay pounced within the 112th minute to place Carlisle forward once more and seal their place within the League Two play-off remaining.

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