Date: 21st May 2012 at 1:01pm
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The Football League has struck a deal with the BBC which will save the Football League Show

The show had faced the axe and some editions over Christmas last year had to be dropped due to ‘budget decisions.’

But, BBC Sport has now struck a three year deal which means the show will continue in its current Saturday, hour long, slot.

Speaking to the Football League Official Site, Football League Chief Commercial Officer, Richard Heaselgrave,, said, ‘In a short period of time The Football League Show has become an institution amongst supporters of our seventy-two clubs, more than a million of whom tune in every week for the comprehensive coverage the show delivers. We are therefore delighted that it will be continuing for a further three seasons.’

Happy about this, but, on a personal note, I’d rather it was on around 10pm because I tend to fall asleep before they actually get round to League Two!




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