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Premier League Shirt Sponsorships Include 16 Overseas Partners

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 27 / 17

The "commercial significance of the Far East to Premier League football" has been revealed on the list of shirt sponsors for the '17-18 season, with "only Liverpool, Southampton, Stoke City and Watford now parading the names of British-based companies," according to Herbert & Harris of the Londo...

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