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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Free Football Streams: How to watch big matches from across Europe this weekend

There are plenty of great games available via free football live streams and we have selected a few to share with youIt's expensive being a football fan these days, especially in the UK, but don't let that stop you from watching some fantastic games from around Europe and the rest of the world. There are plenty of fixtures shown on free-to-air television in Britain and around the world. We've put together a selection of some of the most interesting ties that are available to watch completely free this weekend.Some of these games can be watched for free on UK outlets,...

Rangers agree to new £150m SPFL broadcast deal with Sky Sports

All clubs have now reached an agreement and the deal is official between the two partiesThe much-talked about new TV rights deal between the SPFL and Sky Sports is set to go ahead after bosses confirmed they have the support of powerhouses Rangers, who previously refused to support proposals.The Glasgow side had reportedly been unhappy with the figures involved, but any doubts seem to have been smoothed over, and the league can now move ahead with a new £150m broadcast deal, which will run until the end of the 2028/29 campaign.The new deal will see Sky Sports broadcast up to...

National League begins work on its own streaming service

Development of OTT platform agreed after criticism from influential owner of WrexhamFollowing public criticism from Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds, who owns Welsh club Wrexham along with fellow big name star Rob McElhenney, the Vanarama National League has agreed to start work on creating its very own live streaming platform.The Deadpool and Free Guy star described the league's decision not to let clubs stream their matches "truly baffling" in a social media post. Reynolds also called on the league's sponsor Vanarama to play a role in facilitating talks with domestic rights holder BT Sport, which they then promised to do.The change...

Rangers hold firm in opposition to proposed SPFL deal with Sky Sports

The broadcasting giant has reportedly offered £30m per season for the TV rights to the SPFLA potential new TV deal between the SPFL and Sky Sports is said to be hanging in the balance after Rangers refused to throw their support behind it. In a vote among 12 Scottish Premiership clubs, 11 agreed to sign the new deal, but the Glasgow club has refused to sign as of yet.The proposed new deal would be worth £30m per season and would run until 2029. The existing deal between the two sees Sky pay £26m per season and runs until 2025.The new...

ITV to air Nations League tie between Scotland and Ukraine

Free-to-air broadcaster will provide full coverage of the midweek clash on TV and via live streamingUK public broadcaster ITV has signed a sub-licensing agreement with UEFA Nations League rights holder Premier Sports, to bring coverage of the clash between Scotland and Ukraine this Wednesday (21 September) to terrestrial TV audiences.Premier Sports, which was recently purchased by Nordic streaming powerhouse Viaplay, has agreed to allow ITV to air full coverage of the match on its TV network and its live streaming platform.Home nation Scotland sit one point behind Ukraine in Group B1, as their opponents currently top the group despite navigating...