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Scottish Premiership Side Rangers Could Bank £5M From New Retail Deal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 26 / 17

Scottish Premiership side Rangers "could bank" up to £5M ($6.36M) from the sale of replica strips and official merchandise in the coming season after "successfully renegotiating" its "controversial retail deal with Sports Direct," according to Matthew Lindsay of the HERALD SCOTLAND. The club w...

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