Wow, awesome avatar. Had to throw it in.
no it will probably be less as less international Juve fans will watch the Serie A then...
Yeah like anyway "juvefans" watched! It was us mostly, to see how scandalous each game would be
I think our deal will remain unchanged, since our deal is already made and Inter did not breach the contract in any way. I think this will not affect Sky TV that much as I believe that most of Juventus fans are in Italy, also with the possibilty of Juventus dropping to Serie B I'm sure that Sky will find a way of showing some of Juventus games.
Originally Posted by Nahtino
Plus, I'm glad this deal came out before the scandal hit, because then Sky would argue that there would be less interest for Serie A and we could have gotten a lower deal.
Last edited by Pi; 16 Jul 06 at 11:35.
Juventus set to lose big over Mediaset deal
tribalfooball.com - July 17, 2006
Juventus must renegotiate their television contract with Mediaset following demotion to Serie B on Friday.
Il Giornale says thanks to a clause in the existing deal, Mediaset are breathing a huge sigh of relief as they cannot be held to the massive agreement because of Juve's Calciopoli ruling.
Originally, Juve were due a mega £60 million for season 2006/07 and another £120 million for the remaining seasons leading up to 2009.
But Juve directors will now have to sit down with Mediaset and renegotiate terms. Meanwhile, Sky TV have pledged to stick with both Juve and Lazio, despite their relegation. It's reported that the commitment has more to do with their agreement having no get-out clause than any show of solidarity with the shamed clubs.
Good for Gobbi.
Marcello, I actually heard that the out-clause refferenced only to serie C, not B. And i didn't read something like that in the more reliable and known medias.
So I choose not to belive it at the moment.