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14.08.2009 Football News

CITI FM Barclays Premiership Launched

By Daily Guide
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CITI FM, an Accra based radio station has launched its live telecasts of the 2009/2010 Barclays English Premiership which starts tomorrow.

At a colorful ceremony yesterday, Sales Manager of CITI FM, Kafui Dogbatse revealed that this year's telecast of live matches would be unique since it comes with a more refreshing additions.

According to him, patrons and football loving fans would be treated to the best commentaries of live English Premiership matches which would feature crack teams such as Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool and in-depth analysis before, during recess and after the matches by sports analysts and presenters.

Erasmus Kwao, a Sports Journalist of the radio station, emphasized that football fans and even cursory observers could follow the biggest and most captivating matches live as CITI FM 97.3 would broadcast uninterrupted pre and post match reactions through its sister stations such as Boss FM in Kumasi, among others.

After just 4 years of existence, CITI FM's status on the radio landscape has been more than remarkable and the addition of the live English Premiership commentary would no doubt improve their listernership.

The English Premiership is considered the planet's most popular and most exciting professional football league and viewed across the globe by an estimated half a billion people.

From August to May 2010, weekends on would be solely dedicated to live telecast of English Premiership matches exclusively on CITI 97.3 FM.

Additionally, Listeners in Koforidua and Kumasi and some parts of the Central Region would also enjoy the live commentaries;

with over 100 premier league matches this season and the highest quality standards from its live feed in England, listeners would hear from renowed commentators like BBC's Legend, Alan Green, Sky TV's, Martin Tyler and Graham Taylor.

New sponsors of the programme, Kasapa Telecom would also add some beauty to the live radio commentary by providing incentive packages to fans.

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