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EFL’s iFollow gets criticised from viewers again after making more errors

EFL’s subscription service, iFollow, has received more criticism after viewers took to Twitter to rant about their being errors with the match they were watching.

Not just one, but three matches had the wrong teams for the scoreline graphic as well as several fans having their game’s audio/commentary out of time with the footage.

First graphic mistake was Oxford United’s game with Barnsley, or League Two’s Milton Keynes Dons according to iFollow…

Second mistake, they had League One side Luton Town against League Two Cambridge United, it should have been Portsmouth…

Any thirdly, iFollow had Milton Keynes Dons against Macclesfield Town when it should have been Oldham Athletic…

Viewers never got a response back from the English Football League on social media when asking about the commentary, audio and graphic errors.

The league’s site claim “the product is new and improved for 2018/19, with in-stream commentary and graphics set to add value to the ground breaking service.

“Season pass prices for international fans have been frozen at £110, whilst supporters in the UK can purchase their match passes from £10.*”

EFL are however asking fans to give their thoughts on a variety of topics including the streaming service in a survey which you can fill out by clicking HERE.


During last night’s matches, fans continued to tweet of the issues they were having with iFollow and tagged @EFL in their tweets – take a look at what they had to say on the next page.


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