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David Beckham Stars In Sky Sports Ad Ahead Of '16-17 Premier League Season

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 22 / 16

David Beckham experiences the excitement, drama and surprises of an entire football season in just 60 seconds in a new advertisement to promote the Premier League on Sky Sports. The advert, which was unveiled on Thursday, sees Beckham head off on a morning jog only to find himself running ...

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