Fans all say the same thing as Sky Sports unveil new-look scoreboard during Crystal Palace vs Arsenal clash

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Fans all say the same thing as Sky Sports unveil new-look scoreboard during Crystal Palace vs Arsenal clash

FANS were not liking Sky Sports’ new-look scoreboard for the 2022-2023 season. The TV channel unveiled their new design during the Premier

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FANS were not liking Sky Sports’ new-look scoreboard for the 2022-2023 season.

The TV channel unveiled their new design during the Premier League curtain-raiser between Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Selhurst Park.

Fans are not impressed with Sky Sports’ new scoreboard design
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Sky Sports” new scoreboard appeared for the first time during Crystal Palace vs Arsenal
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The new graphic doesn’t include any letters, instead it only shows the clubs’ badges, the scoreline and the time.

And it didn’t go down well with the fans as they flooded Twitter to voice their disapproval.

One suporter tweeted: “Okay now show us the real scoreboard @SkySports that is awful.

Another posted: “Not into that new scoreboard at all. Bring back the letters.”

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A third wrote: “Disgusting scoreboard on sky.”

This fan said: “Sky sports new scoreboard, in the bin you go.”

And that one tweeted: “Fix the f*****g scoreboard.”

Arsenal became the first team to score this season after just 20 minutes.


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The Gunners opened the scoring against Palace through Gabriel Martinelli with summer signing Oleksandr Zinchenko getting the assist.

And an own goal from Marc Guehi made the game safe as Mikel Arteta’s men ran out 2-0 winners.

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