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18th October 2012 14:10

**** the only place for live commentary will be StagsPlayer. There is no BBC commentary ****

If you can't get to The One Call Stadium on Tuesday for the game against Tamworth, then you can listen to full match commentary on StagsPlayer/mansfieldtown.net. Commentary will be by Martin Shaw, Nigel Pinnick and Steve Hartshorn. To subscribe to StagsPlayer, follow this link. If you are a subscriber already, follow this link and sign in. The commentary will be available to Mac users.

For the Woking game, some listeners had problems connecting to the commentary. If you have problems connecting via StagsPlayer, please try the following workaround. Go to the Brighton Player at http://www.seagulls.co.uk/page/player/Home and sign in using your StagsPlayer logon details. Then navigate to the Mansfield Town commentary from there. Some listeners for the Tamworth game found this tip useful.

Meanwhile, if you hear clicking (sounds like a seal clapping), a user has found a work around: "When you're trying to view the latest scores / table / stats don't hover your mouse like it is suggested. Instead click the relevant tab you want to look at. I've not heard the seal since."

StagsPlayer costs £37.99 for 12 months. A proportion of this money goes to MTFC.

You get commentary of all Stags home games.

For some games at Field Mill, BBC local radio covering the opposition provides commentary free-to-air. When it is, details are provided here ---> http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/13629210.stm

Commentary of Stags away games this season will be provided as usual free to air by BBC Radio Nottingham online.

In summary, for someone who doesn't attend many home games, listening to the commentary on StagsPlayer costs about £1.50 per game.


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