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South African Football Association, Siyaya Sign New 10-Year Agreement

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 19 / 15

The South African FA and Siyaya "announced an extension of the original agreement that will now run for a total of 10 years," according to SPORT24. They confirmed that "they have been meeting regularly in an effort to strengthen the relationship and build on the partnership that was concluded more t...

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