sport news Scottish clubs approve £150million TV deal with Sky Sports which may see 80 ... trends now

sport news Scottish clubs approve £150million TV deal with Sky Sports which may see 80 ... trends now
sport news Scottish clubs approve £150million TV deal with Sky Sports which may see 80 ... trends now

sport news Scottish clubs approve £150million TV deal with Sky Sports which may see 80 ... trends now

EXCLUSIVE: Scottish clubs approve £150m TV deal with Sky Sports - after fears Rangers and Livingston could scupper the proposal - meaning the broadcaster could show 80 top-flight games per year The SPFL have secured the green light from clubs to sign a new £150million deal  Giant broadcaster Sky Sports are set to sign a new TV rights deal in the country  The fate of the extension hinged on Livingston and Rangers' delayed responses  In the new deal, Sky will be allowed to show 60 games per season from 2024-25 In return, they will increase payments to Premiership clubs from £25m to £30m

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The SPFL have secured the green light from clubs to sign a new £150million broadcasting deal with Sky Sports.

Sportsmail revealed last week how the fate of the contract extension hung in the balance after Livingston and Rangers delayed their response to a new league resolution.

Ibrox managing director Stewart Robertson has claimed the rights are undervalued, citing the fact that Swedish clubs receive double the revenue from TV than those in Scotland. 

The SPFL have secured the green light from clubs to sign a new £150m TV rights deal with Sky

The SPFL have secured the green light from clubs to sign a new £150m TV rights deal with Sky

Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack responded by releasing a statement on Sunday insisting that the deal with Sky is as good as clubs can expect in the current climate.

Top-flight teams were due to meet on Tuesday in a bid to resolve any differences around a deal projected to net clubs a collective £30million a season over five years until 2029 and allow Sky to show 60 games per campaign.

Requiring an 11-1 vote from the Premiership to pass, SPFL chairman Murdoch MacLennan has now emailed clubs to tell them that a resolution designed to bypass Rangers' objections has secured the votes required.

A Sky deal hailed as

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