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Sky Sports Pre-Season Offerings

Sky Sports Pre-Season Offerings

Sky Sports are spoiling Celtic, Tottenham and Arsenal fans this year with their exclusive rights to show the pre-season Feyenoord and Amsterdam Tournaments, plus the annual Emirates Cup.

August

Friday 1 - Celtic v Tottenham Hotspur (5.30pm) - Feyenoord v Borussia Dortmund (7.45pm) - Feyenoord Tournament

Saturday 2 - Real Madrid v Hamburg (2pm) - Arsenal v Juventus (4.30pm) - Emirates Cup

Sunday 3 - Juventus v Hamburg (2pm) - Arsenal v Real Madrid (4.30pm) - Emirates Cup - Tottenham Hotspur v Borussia Dortmund (4.45pm) - Feyenoord v Celtic (7pm) - Feyenoord Tournament

Friday 8 - Inter Milan v Sevilla (6pm) - Ajax v Arsenal (8.15pm) - Amsterdam Tournament

Saturday 9 - Arsenal v Sevilla (6pm) - Amsterdam Tournament

Click here to see Setanta Sports pre-season offerings.



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday July 5 2008
Time: 1:37PM

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Popular on here aint ya citeh? you honestly think because youve signed the magnificent "Jo" your now top 4 contenders? Villa, Everton and Spurs are all in front of u in the queue and will be again at the end of the season. When you all see that Jo is no better than Boijnov (who ive heard so many citeh fans claiming hes better than Tottenham's Berbatov) I can't see why ur all so optimistic! Ronaldinho has turned you down twice now and is not interested. Modric and dos Santos both went to Spurs and snubbed you and thats not even the worst of it. Your Thai criminal owner, may not even be able to get back into the UK to see his wonderful team, bought with stolen money! at least at Everton and Spurs they spend the club's money and not its owners'!
ExiL
05/07/2008 16:05:00
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You sound as though you need to get out more Exil!!
Tudor
05/07/2008 16:51:00
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perhaps
silent_but_ledley
06/07/2008 00:43:00
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