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Unfavourable market conditions mean Liga I value will remain flat

Growing co-operation in the Romanian broadcast market is likely to keep the value of the country’s top-tier football league flat in a forthcoming deal, TV Sports Markets understands.

CLUJ-NAOPOCA, ROMANIA - MAY 20: General view of the Dr. Constantin Radulescu Stadium, home of CFR 1907 Cluj taken during the Romanian Liga 1 match between CFR 1907 Cluj and FC Steaua Bucuresti held on May 20, 2012 at the Dr. Constantin Radulescu Stadium in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. (Photo by Daniel Mihailescu/EuroFootball/Getty Images)

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