Header Ads

Sports News || 11,600 Million For The Television Rights Of The Premier | Newcastle Have A New Coach

A figure for the next three seasons that will be distributed among the 20 teams. The North American market can pay close to 1,500 million euros.

The value of the Premier League skyrockets with each passing season. The television contracts to offer the English league are exorbitant and according to the 'Daily Mail', the sale of the product abroad will be close to 11.6 billion euros. Almost nothing.

This means an increase of more than 1,000 million euros compared to the previous contract signed, which was 10,500 million euros. The new one will be for the next three seasons. From 2022 to 2025.

The increase will come, above all, from the United States market. NBC is the current owner. He paid 860 million euros. Now it will not be so easy to renew. Other companies such as Disney, WarnerMedia and CBS want the Premier League under their ownership and the contract closing figure would be close to 1,500 million euros. Almost double.

Official: Newcastle have a new coach

The Newcastle United has made official the hiring of Eddie Howe as coach of the Magpies. As we had already echoed in SPORT, the young coach relieves Steve Bruce and comes from free agency after leaving Bournemouth in August 2020.

The northern England club announced the signing via Twitter using a pun that anticipated the news: "Howe's everyone's Monday going so far?" . Then, the official account of the entity has issued an official statement shared by social networks.

Howe arrives at a particularly delicate moment for the magpies, as they occupy the penultimate position of the Premier League after eleven days, without yet knowing the victory. By contrast, the 43-year-old coach will have £ 50m to bolster himself in the upcoming winter market . The former Bournemouth manager has called the opportunity "wonderful", but has also acknowledged that "there is a lot of work ahead and I am looking forward to getting into training camp to start working with the players."

Despite not having the cache of other names such as Unai Emery or Antonio Conte, also related to Newcastle, Howe has the achievement of having led Bournemouth from the English fourth division to the Premier League. As a result of his good work in various categories of English football, he received the award for best coach of the decade from the Football League, which includes the second, third and fourth divisions of England.

No comments

Powered by Blogger.