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U.K.'s Sky Sports To Broadcast Chinese Super League For Next Three Seasons

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 27 / 16

Sky Sports has added another competition to its schedule of live football with the addition of the Chinese Super League. The network secured the rights for the next three seasons. The first match to be shown on Saturday could see former League Championship side Newcastle United forward Oba...

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