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The Hendersonville Times-News
Vindigni named chief of Hendersonville Fire DepartmentVindign has served as the interim fire chief since April and was deputy chief p
Vindigni named chief of Hendersonville Fire Department
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted an hour ago
Vindign has served as the interim fire chief since April and was deputy chief prior to Chief Dorian Flowers’ departure. “Following two national searches and very comprehensive interview processes, I determined that the best fit for the... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
BT finance chief to step down BT Group undated handout photo of the Finance Director Tony Chanmugam who is
BT finance chief to step down
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
BT Group undated handout photo of the Finance Director Tony Chanmugam who is to step down from his role. The firm said that Chanmugam, who first took up his post in 2008, "may step down later this year". See PA story... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ireland's U-20s no match for clinical Welsh Ireland 24-35 Wales On the charge: Ireland's Matthew Byrne makes a break Ir
Ireland's U-20s no match for clinical Welsh
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Ireland 24-35 Wales On the charge: Ireland's Matthew Byrne makes a break Ireland U-20s are already playing catch-up in their Six Nations campaign after they were ruthlessly torn apart by a clinical and... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ireland's Six Nations weekend off to bumpy start with U20 loss | Irish Examiner Friday, February 05, 2016 - 10:08 pm By Dave Hooper Irel
Ireland's Six Nations weekend off to bumpy start with U20 loss
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
| Irish Examiner Friday, February 05, 2016 - 10:08 pm By Dave Hooper Ireland 24 Wales 35 Ireland’s Six Nations weekend... Read more
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walesonline
Ireland U20s 24-35 Wales U20s match reportScarlets outside half Dan Jones helped himself to 20 points as Wales got their
Ireland U20s 24-35 Wales U20s match report
walesonline / Posted 4 days ago
Scarlets outside half Dan Jones helped himself to 20 points as Wales got their Under 20 Six Nations campaign off to a winning start in Dublin. Two tries in two minutes either side of half-time, including an interception try from Jones at the start... Read more
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Gazette
Excellent passing display seals Wotton seconds victory over Cardiff MetDe Cymru & The Marches 2 League Wotton-under-Edge 2nds 2 Cardiff Met 0 EXCELL
Excellent passing display seals Wotton seconds victory over Cardiff Met
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
De Cymru & The Marches 2 League Wotton-under-Edge 2nds 2 Cardiff Met 0 EXCELLENT passing play saw Wotton-under-Edge seconds return to form, with a well-organised and determined team taking to the beautiful pitch at Cardiff Metropolitan University... Read more
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walesonline
The big guide to the Wales Under-20 Six Nations campaignThe Six Nations is almost here but before the main event takes place in Dublin
The big guide to the Wales Under-20 Six Nations campaign
walesonline / Posted 4 days ago
The Six Nations is almost here but before the main event takes place in Dublin on Sunday, it'll be Wales Under-20 who kick things off on the opening weekend. Jason Strange's men will be looking to start the competition with a win when they face... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
New signings will add something to Chesterfield FC squad, says Danny WilsonDanny Wilson believes all three of Chesterfield’s new signings will add somethi
New signings will add something to Chesterfield FC squad, says Danny Wilson
Derbyshire Times / Posted 5 days ago
Danny Wilson believes all three of Chesterfield’s new signings will add something different to the squad. The Spireites boss bolstered his ranks with the additions of versatile Gary Liddle, defender Tom Anderson and midfielder Connor Dimaio on a... Read more
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give me sport
Premier League spending hits £1billion for seasonFootball News Transfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpas
Premier League spending hits £1billion for season
give me sport / Posted 6 days ago
Football News Transfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billion mark for the first time, according to Deloitte. It may have been a quiet start to deadline day on Monday, but total spending in the whole of the 2015-16... Read more
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give me sport
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordFootball News Premier League clubs spent ?175million in the January transfer w
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
give me sport / Posted 6 days ago
Football News Premier League clubs spent ?175million in the January transfer window - some ?50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest... Read more
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Football365
Second-biggest January window? How the...?Share this Page Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer
Second-biggest January window? How the...?
Football365 / Posted 6 days ago
Share this Page Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window – some £50million short of the record – as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the... Read more
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Three and in
Premier League January Transfer Spending Hits £175mPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window – some £5
Premier League January Transfer Spending Hits £175m
Three and in / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window – some £50million short of the record – as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Irish Examiner
All the key numbers and surprising facts from an unusual January transfer window | Irish Examiner Tuesday, February 02, 2016 - 06:32 pm It may not have hav
All the key numbers and surprising facts from an unusual January transfer window
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
| Irish Examiner Tuesday, February 02, 2016 - 06:32 pm It may not have have been the... Read more
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walesonline
Wales Under-20 name side for Six Nations openerWales Under-20 head coach Jason Strange has named a side balanced with experien
Wales Under-20 name side for Six Nations opener
walesonline / Posted 7 days ago
Wales Under-20 head coach Jason Strange has named a side balanced with experience and youth for their opening Six Nations match against Ireland at Donnybrook this Friday (kick-off 7.35pm). There are eight uncapped players in the starting line-up,... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Prem transfer spend hits five-year highManchester City's Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates scoring his
Prem transfer spend hits five-year high
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 7 days ago
Manchester City's Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates scoring his team's third goal during the English FA Cup fourth round football match between Aston Villa and Manchester City at Villa Park in Birmingham, central England, on January... Read more
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iafrica.com
Prem transfer spend hits five-year highManchester City's Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates scoring his
Prem transfer spend hits five-year high
iafrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Manchester City's Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates scoring his team's third goal during the English FA Cup fourth round football match between Aston Villa and Manchester City at Villa Park in Birmingham, central England, on January... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Premier League clubs' have spent over £1billion on transfers this seasonNot since the manic 2011 window, which saw transfers involving Fernando Torres,
Premier League clubs' have spent over £1billion on transfers this season
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Not since the manic 2011 window, which saw transfers involving Fernando Torres, Andy Carroll, Luis Suarez and David Luiz, have top flight clubs spent as much money during a winter window as they did last month. In both the 2013-14 and 2014-15... Read more
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Super Sport
FOMO drives English club spending An analysis by business consultants Deloitte of the transfer window that clos
FOMO drives English club spending
Super Sport / Posted 7 days ago
An analysis by business consultants Deloitte of the transfer window that closed on Monday showed that the six clubs at the bottom of the table accounted for more than half of all Premier League spending. That 90... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second highest on record
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Premier League January spending hits five-year highLONDON: English Premier League clubs' gross spending on transfers in the Januar
Premier League January spending hits five-year high
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
LONDON: English Premier League clubs' gross spending on transfers in the January transfer window reached a five-year high of £175 million (US$250.1 million, €230.1 million), financial consultants Deloitte said on Tuesday (Feb 2). The figure... Read more
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thebee
Premier League Spends £1bn For First TimePremier League spending in a single season has gone over £1bn for the first tim
Premier League Spends £1bn For First Time
thebee / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League spending in a single season has gone over £1bn for the first time this term after a lively finish to the January transfer window. Top-flight clubs have spent £172.65m over the last month to go into 10 figures for the first time in the... Read more
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Super Sport
Pep to City, spending passes £1 billion English clubs took their spending on players for the season soaring past 1 bi
Pep to City, spending passes £1 billion
Super Sport / Posted 7 days ago
English clubs took their spending on players for the season soaring past 1 billion pounds on Monday, but the biggest signing on transfer deadline day was that of a manager as Manchester City confirmed Pep... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record « Shropshire StarHowever the January total equals the second-highest figure and has contributed
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 7 days ago
However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has contributed to gross spending by Premier League clubs for the 2015-16 season of more than £1billion, a new record, according to analysts Deloitte. Dan Jones, partner in the sports... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record Barclays Premier League Sky Bet Championship Sky Bet League One Sky Bet Le
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Football.co.uk / Posted 7 days ago
Barclays Premier League Sky Bet Championship Sky Bet League One Sky Bet League Two Scottish Premiership Scottish Championship Scottish Division 1 Scottish Division 2 Top... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Kingston Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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TEAMTalk
Top teams stay quiet but January spending is second-highest everShare this Page Oumar Niasse: Striker has signed four-and-a-half year deal at
Top teams stay quiet but January spending is second-highest ever
TEAMTalk / Posted 7 days ago
Share this Page Oumar Niasse: Striker has signed four-and-a-half year deal at Everton Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window – some £50million short of the record – as clubs near the top of the table resisted the... Read more
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Gazette
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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guardian-series
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
guardian-series / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Harrow Times
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on recordPremier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £5
Top teams stay quiet but January spending second-highest on record
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League clubs spent £175million in the January transfer window - some £50million short of the record - as clubs near the top of the table resisted the temptation to panic buy. However the January total equals the second-highest figure and has... Read more
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Squawka
Premier League January spending total highest for five seasonsPremier League spending in the winter transfer market hit a five-year high, tak
Premier League January spending total highest for five seasons
Squawka / Posted 7 days ago
Premier League spending in the winter transfer market hit a five-year high, taking the overall spending in the top flight to £1.045 billion for the season. Everton’s £13.5 million move for Oumar Niasse and Stoke City’s record-breaking £18.3m signing... Read more
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Super Sport
Pep to City, spending passes 1 bln A relatively quiet final day for Europe's mid-season transfer window saw the
Pep to City, spending passes 1 bln
Super Sport / Posted 7 days ago
A relatively quiet final day for Europe's mid-season transfer window saw the biggest deals done by mid-table Premier League clubs. Everton shelled out 13.5 million pounds to bring Senegal striker Oumar Niasse from... Read more
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iol.co.za
English soccer clubs fork out for top talentLondon - English clubs took their spending on players for the season soaring pa
English soccer clubs fork out for top talent
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
London - English clubs took their spending on players for the season soaring past 1 billion pounds on Monday, but the biggest signing on transfer deadline day was that of a manager as Manchester City confirmed Pep Guardiola will take over this... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Guardiola to Man City, English spending passes £1bLONDON: English clubs took their spending on players for the season soaring pas
Guardiola to Man City, English spending passes £1b
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
LONDON: English clubs took their spending on players for the season soaring past 1 billion pounds on Monday, but the biggest signing on transfer deadline day was that of a manager as Manchester City confirmed Pep Guardiola will take over this... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Guardiola to Man City, English spending passes £1 billion Published: 2 February 2016 9:22 AM Europe's mid-season transfer window sees
Guardiola to Man City, English spending passes £1 billion
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 7 days ago
Published: 2 February 2016 9:22 AM Europe's mid-season transfer window sees the biggest signing deal, manager Pep Guardiola by Manchester City. – AFP pic, February 2, 2016.English clubs took... Read more
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BBC News
Premier League transfer spending hits £1bn this season - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
Premier League transfer spending hits £1bn this season
BBC News / Posted 7 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Premier League transfer spending hits £1bn... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
EPL Transfer News: over billion dollars spent in 2015/16 windows, English Premier League television moneyFEAR of missing out on the English Premier League’s huge television money bonan
EPL Transfer News: over billion dollars spent in 2015/16 windows, English Premier League television money
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
FEAR of missing out on the English Premier League’s huge television money bonanza in 2016 has propelled transfer spending beyond £1 billion ($1.43 billion, 1.3 billion euros) for the first time. England’s 20 elite clubs have collectively spent more... Read more
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The Courier Mail
EPL transfer spending exceeds £1 billion markFEAR of missing out on the English Premier League’s huge television money bonan
EPL transfer spending exceeds £1 billion mark
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
FEAR of missing out on the English Premier League’s huge television money bonanza in 2016 has propelled transfer spending beyond £1 billion ($1.43 billion, 1.3 billion euros) for the first time. England’s 20 elite clubs have collectively spent more... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
EPL transfer spending exceeds £1 billion markEPL Transfer News: over billion dollars spent in 2015/16 windows, English Premi
EPL transfer spending exceeds £1 billion mark
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
EPL Transfer News: over billion dollars spent in 2015/16 windows, English Premier League television money | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Manchester City... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
TV cash scramble pushes Premier League spending past £1 billionLONDON: Fear of missing out on the English Premier League's huge television mon
TV cash scramble pushes Premier League spending past £1 billion
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
LONDON: Fear of missing out on the English Premier League's huge television money bonanza in 2016 has propelled transfer spending beyond £1 billion (US$1.43 billion) for the first time. England's 20 elite clubs have collectively spent more than £1... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
TV cash scramble pushes Premier League spending past pound sterling1bnLONDON - Fear of missing out on the English Premier League's huge television mo
TV cash scramble pushes Premier League spending past pound sterling1bn
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 8 days ago
LONDON - Fear of missing out on the English Premier League's huge television money bonanza in 2016 has propelled transfer spending beyond pound sterling1 billion for the first time. Chelsea celebrate winning the 2014/15 Premier League... Read more
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Super Sport
Premier League spending past £1bn Fear of missing out on the English Premier League's huge television money bon
Premier League spending past £1bn
Super Sport / Posted 8 days ago
Fear of missing out on the English Premier League's huge television money bonanza in 2016 has propelled transfer spending beyond £1 billion ($1.43 billion, 1.3 billion euros) for the first time. England's 20 elite... Read more
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Three and in
Premier League Breaks £1bn BarrierTransfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billi
Premier League Breaks £1bn Barrier
Three and in / Posted 8 days ago
Transfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billion mark for the first time, according to Deloitte. It may have been a quiet start to deadline day on Monday, but total spending in the whole of the 2015-16 campaign has... Read more
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Gazette
Premier League spending hits £1billion for seasonTransfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billi
Premier League spending hits £1billion for season
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
Transfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billion mark for the first time, according to Deloitte. It may have been a quiet start to deadline day on Monday, but total spending in the whole of the 2015-16 campaign has... Read more
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RTE News
Premier League season spend tops £1 billion mark for first timeUpdated: Monday, 01 Feb 2016 12:13 | Comments Transfer spending
Premier League season spend tops £1 billion mark
RTE News / Posted 8 days ago
for first timeUpdated: Monday, 01 Feb 2016 12:13 | Comments Transfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billion mark for the first time, according to financial services... Read more
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Daily Mail
Premier League spending tops the £1billion mark for first time ahead of £5.14bn TV deal It's the first time such a figure has
Premier League spending tops the £1billion mark
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
for first time ahead of £5.14bn TV deal It's the first time such a figure has been spent and it will rise on Monday Deloitte estimates that £130million has been spent so far just in January Newcastle... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Premier League spending hits £1billion for seasonTransfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billi
Premier League spending hits £1billion for season
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 8 days ago
Transfer spending by Premier League clubs this season has surpassed the £1billion mark for the first time, according to Deloitte. It may have been a quiet start to deadline day on Monday, but total spending in the whole of the 2015-16 campaign has... Read more
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