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Asian Football Confederation Terminates Broadcast Deal With LeSports

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 28 / 17

Chinese company LeSports had its four-year contract to broadcast Asian Football Confederation competitions "terminated by the continental governing body last week after failing to pay" an installment on the deal, sources said, according to Michael Church of REUTERS. The deal, worth "in excess of" $1...

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