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BT Champions League boost for Setanta

BT Sport's victory over Sky Sports in the battle for Champions League rights could spell good news for Setanta, according to sports consultancy Sport for Business.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th November, 2013

BT Sport's victory over Sky Sports in the battle for Champions League rights could spell good news for Setanta, according to sports consultancy Sport for Business.

BT Sport landed a major victory over Sky Sports by winning the British rights to the Uefa Champions League last week. Setanta, as BT Sport's distributors in Ireland, stand to gain from the telco's victory over Sky.

''It's huge for Setanta. It's a fabulous deal for them so long...

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