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From the editor: Screen test

From the editor: Screen test

In a week that saw BT Sport splash UK£1.18 billion for three more years of Uefa Champions League soccer, Eoin Connolly wonders what the future holds for the UK pay-TV service.

The Matt Slater Column: How far is too far?

The Matt Slater Column: How far is too far?

With the most successful twin teams in British sport under investigation, Press Association’s chief sports reporter asks how far is too far when it comes to pushing for success.

The followership edition: Ranieri, Budapest 2024, and new sporting forms

The SportsPro Podcast reassembles, with Unofficial Partner and author Richard Gillis and Nielsen Sports global communications director David Cushnan joining Eoin Connolly and Adam Nelson to assess a busy few weeks in the sports industry. On the agenda: what Claudio Ranieri's sacking as Leicester City manager tells us - or doesn't tell us - about leadership; the consequences of Budapest's withdrawal from the 2024 Olympic race; and, after the dawn of six-hole golf, the function of short-form sport.

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