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Ban on live Saturday afternoon football is outdated and pointless

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Watch this: Mo Salah, Kevin de Bruyne and Bruno Fernandes help promote Sky’s live TV coverage

Watch this: Mo Salah, Kevin de Bruyne and Bruno Fernandes help promote Sky’s live TV coverage

The Invisibles: Manchester United’s Bryan Robson, Paul McGrath, Norman Whiteside and Mark Hughes celebrate at Highbury during the ten-in-a-row winning start to the 1985-86 season

The Invisibles: Manchester United’s Bryan Robson, Paul McGrath, Norman Whiteside and Mark Hughes celebrate at Highbury during the ten-in-a-row winning start to the 1985-86 season

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Watch this: Mo Salah, Kevin de Bruyne and Bruno Fernandes help promote Sky’s live TV coverage

It’s the final frontier... for the broadcasters. Saturday, 3pm kick-off, live Premier League football on the likes of Sky, BT Sport, Amazon and BBC.

It has never happened; well, not legally anyway.


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