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Ten Sports goes pay with Sharjah Cup

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Ten Sports goes pay with Sharjah Cup

Revising its earlier decision to stay free-to-air for some time, Ten Sports will go pay on day one of the Sharjah Cup beginning April 8.

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Source: Financial Express


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