Published: Mon, June 18, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Federation Internationale de Football Association looking into more than 5,000 no-shows at Uruguay-Egypt game

Federation Internationale de Football Association looking into more than 5,000 no-shows at Uruguay-Egypt game

He said he had subscribed to Optus Sport exclusively to watch the World Cup and has since contacted the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and lodged a complaint. "We've achieved a lot by following that path, so with very little time before the World Cup it would be risky to change things substantially in our style", Cuper told reporters on the eve of Friday's game against Uruguay.

"I haven't been offered any reimbursement by Optus".

The 62-year-old Argentine Cuper added: "Salah is very good and he's recovered very quickly".

Barcelona striker Suarez, a controversial figure who has had numerous run-ins with football authorities throughout his career, was thrown out of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and subsequently banned for biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.

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It was just one of hundreds of other messages like it to appear social media following the game.

One customer under the username "ajk73" wrote they felt very frustrated during the match between Argentina and Iceland, like Mr Royal, they hoped the telco ombudsman would step in.

Once again Optus has been savaged on Twitter by scores of disgruntled customers, with many demanding refunds.

The official Optus Sport Twitter account has advised the company is now looking into an "issue" with the service.

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Amid customer calls for Optus to not be allowed to broadcast the World Cup again, an SBS spokesperson explained how the deal was negotiated.

Viewers around Australia experienced interruptions throughout the match, leaving them furious with the quality of the streaming service.

Optus had promised to broadcast the world's biggest sporting event like it had never been seen after striking a deal with SBS for exclusive rights to dozens of games at the tournament in Russian Federation.

"Through this partnership, SBS retains live free-to-air and digital rights to 25 of the biggest 2018 FIFA World Cup matches - including all Socceroos games". "Furioussss for all the Aussie's not being able to watch it".

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