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Sound of Football Podcast 556 - Prime cuts

While other major leagues in Europe are struggling to get good TV deals, the Premier League has once again secured a big uplift. The new domestic TV deal will see even more games broadcast live; the vast majority of which will be on Sky who, after the withdrawal of Amazon, now have twice as many matches than when they had exclusive rights.

Also this week, we discuss the options open to Sunderland as they look for a new manager after sacking Tony Mowbray. We also ponder what Sir David Brailsford can do for United, coming in as part of the team working for new investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

For more information on the podcast and links related to the subjects discussed, check out the Show Notes on our blog.


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The games don't get easier for Manchester United, this week they're at new table leaders Liverpool. There also promises to be an emotional return to Turf Moor for Sean Dyche as his Everton side take on Burnley in what is already a relegation six pointer. Get our FREE weekly newsletter in your email by signing up to the Weekend Boxset today.

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