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EPL Clubs Fighting To Avoid Relegation And Loss Of Sponsorship, TV Riches

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 28 / 15

Queens Park Rangers and Burnley are the two sides best equipped to spring back into the Premier League should they get relegated to the second tier of English football, according to experts. With just five games left in the Premier League season, there are a handful of clubs grappling to stay in the...

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