AHEAD OF THE GAME: TV blackout threatens England U21s’ European Championship.

“England U21s facing potential TV blackout for European Championship, while Sky Sports plans to expand Soccer Saturday and Huddersfield owner Dean Hoyle to earn nothing from club’s sale. In a race against time, UEFA has yet to secure a UK broadcast deal for the upcoming Under 21 Euros, leaving fans concerned about the tournament’s coverage. Sky Sports, who has been broadcasting the competition since 2007, has lowered its coverage due to cost-cutting measures. Meanwhile, in unexpected news, Huddersfield owner, Dean Hoyle won’t receive a penny from the club’s sale unless it returns to the Premier League. On another front, Sky Sports plans on increasing its flagship programme, Soccer Saturday, with a bigger studio and an added panellist. Lastly, the National League’s request for three promotion positions to the EFL is likely to be put on hold as the Premier League and EFL continue to have differing views on funding and a new financial arrangement. Stay tuned for more updates as things progress.”

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