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      04.10.2000 22:08
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      Unfortunately Clubcall.com is not a patch on Teamtalk.com. For a start, the stories are not updated anything like as often, and the site itself is rather slow (too many fancy Java tricks). The quality of the articles is variable, you shouldn't believe all of the transfer rumours, which is mostly what Clubcall deals in. One nice feature is that you can get regular email updates with the latest headline. That's headline singular, since they only send you one headline at a time, which is a bit odd. And they do tend to hype up the headline a bit, to make you want to find out the identity of the latest "International star" your club is interested in, the one that turns out to be some Swedish kid who plays for the Under 11s...

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        18.08.2000 03:59
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        www.clubcall.com I am finding that now that I have taken up BT and Freeserve's kind offer to allow me to surf the net as much as I like in the evenings and weekends for just a fiver a month, I am now discovering more really useful sites on a more regular basis. One such find is the recently launched Clubcall site (at www.clubcall.com). Clubcall, like Teamtalk is one of the companies that run telephone news services for football clubs at the usual extortionate rates of 60p per minute. By checking out the website instead you will save these costs, although there will be ample advertising opportunities available on a web-based information service, than could ever be presented to you via a standard telephone call. I have several football sites bookmarked already, including those that relate specifically to my own club, Burnley, including the official site, plus plenty of unofficial ones too. I also regularly visit some of the more general football sites, including Football365, Teamtalk and PlanetFootball to name just three, that also have specific pages for most club sides as well. The newly launched Clubcall site is very well designed and someone manages to find its own niche in amongst the plethora of great general football sites that are already out there. Teaming up with footie magazine Four-Four-Two also seems to have been a master stroke, ensuring plentiful content, an existing audience, and a brand recognition factor to boot. Like any site, there is always room for improvement. It is rare to have one site that does it all, and Clubcall is no exception to this rule. However, the feel of the site is very professional, and the content is thorough as well. The presentaion is crisp and clear, and the layout is extremely easy to follow. Clubcall has already earned a place in my Sports Bookmarks, and I hope that the site will continue to develop its identity over the course of the season. {An opinon by Blackjane - 2000}

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