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Barclays and Premier League Agree on New Deal

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Hi everyone, Premier league trophyBarclays will keep its association with the Premier League after its title sponsorship agreement expires with a new deal that will see it become the league’s official banking partner.
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Arrogant Players. Vietnamese Fan Burns 10 Tickets to Manchester City Friendly

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A reaction over the top? Not sure. A Vietnamese fan, disappointed in Manchester City players attitude, burnt 10 tickets for the Citizens friendly game. All he asked was from the City players to say “hi”.
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Premier League Agrees to Share £1bn of TV Deal with English Football

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The Premier League has announced that at least £1bn of its £5bn domestic TV deal will be redistributed outside the top flight and committing all clubs to pay staff the living wage.
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Great Social Media in the Premier League Review

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There are a lot of social media reports on football out there. One which I find interesting, insightful accurate and extremely well done is the one of Matthew Carlton Founder & Lead Analyst at Accepted Socially. Have a look and enjoy!

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Barclays Premier League to Launch Fan Park in Johannesburg

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The English Premier League has announced that the South African city of Johannesburg will stage the first edition of its Premier League Live initiative on March 29-30.
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Intel: FC Barcelona Official Technology Partner

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FC  Barcelona has reached a global sponsorship deal with Intel and bring more technology amongst its global partners.
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Arsenal Suits Tailored by Lanvin

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I often point out that football clubs are tapping into the high fashion industry, not only to explore new revenue streams, but to also position their brand image on a high end segment. Real Madrid recently signed a sponsorship deal with Versace. Last year, Hugo Boss was appointed as Manchester Ciry official players’ suits designer, while Dolce & Gabbana became AC Milan’s official tailor.  Now Arsenal suits will be designed by Lanvin.
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