Kiran Thakare

Kiran Thakare is a contributor for Sporticos, who also has the experience of managing the Fansided website Bayern Strikes. He has also written articles for Red Devil Armada and the Manchester United section of Vavel. Along with being a Chemical Engineer and New Media Journalism Graduate, Kiran has a keen interest in cricket and tennis. In terms of football, Kiran keenly follows Manchester United and Bayern Munich.

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Optus Sport signs deal to bring La Liga to Australian football fans

The exclusive agreement means all 380 matches each season will be available down underAustralian sports network Optus Sport has agreed an exclusive, multi-year TV rights deal with La Liga. The Spanish top flight is home to some of the biggest clubs in the sport, including Real Madrid and Barcelona, and now Australian fans can follow their favourite stars and teams every week on live TV and on-demand.All 380 matches of the Spanish top flight season willl be broadcast by Optus Sport in 1080p HD. As well as providing access to games, Optus will also provide highlights, news and other relevant...

How to watch the UEFA Women's European Championships 2022

The BBC has signed a deal with UEFA to broadcast every match of the summer showcasePublic broadcast giant the BBC has announced that it will be airing all 31 matches from this summer's UEFA Women's European Championships. Live coverage of every minute will be available on BBC One and BBC Two television, as well as via live stream on BBC iPlayer.The tournament, which is being hosted by England, will begin on July 6 with the Lionesses taking on Austria at Old Trafford.All of the action will be complimented by pre-match, half time and post-match analysis from a star-studded lineup of...

Premier League terminates Russian broadcast deal

£43m six-year agreement with Match TV has been axed ahead of the new seasonAfter a meeting involving all 20 Premier League clubs took place at its Annual General Meeting (AGM), the organisation has reached a decision on its broadcast deal with Russian network Match TV, and that decision is to terminate the contract.The six-year TV rights deal with the Gazprom-owned company was set to come into effect at the beginning of the upcoming season but has now been terminated by the Premier League and its clubs.After the league suspended its previous deal with Rambler in March, following Russia's invasion of...

Premier League AGM Talking Points: Russia, Gambling & Fixture Congestion

£43m deal with Russian broadcaster Match TV may be axed at this year's Annual General MeetingAt the Premier League's Annual General Meeting (AGM) later this week, several important topics will be discussed. Chief among them will be what to do about the league's six-year TV rights deal with Russian broadcaster Match TV.Having cut ties with previous partner Rambler following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, speculation has been building over whether or not the EPL will suspend its deal with Match TV. The agreement is worth £43m and is set to begin at the start of the 2022-23 campaign in August....

FA Disability Cup to be broadcast live on BT Sport this weekend

Coverage of all six disability cup finals will be made available on TV and via live streaming with various accessibility optionsBT Sport will be the exclusive home of the FA Disability Cup this weekend and for the next three years, having signed a deal with the governing body. This means live coverage of all six different cup finals, all taking place this Saturday (June 11) and Sunday (June 12) will be available to watch on TV and via live stream on BT Sport.The weekend's action, starting on Saturday 11 June, will feature a separate cup final for players who are:...