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US News The GAFA to the rescue of Ligue 1?

00:25  15 october  2020
00:25  15 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

Laëtitia Milot pays tribute to the victims of the floods in the South-East

 Laëtitia Milot pays tribute to the victims of the floods in the South-East Struck by the passage of storm Alex, the South-East region suffered extensive damage and has four victims, as well as several disappearances. On Instagram, actress Laëtitia Milot paid tribute to them, as well as to the rescue teams. © JLPPA / ABACA Struck by the passage of storm Alex, the Southeast region suffered extensive damage and has four victims, as well as several disappearances. On Instagram, actress Laëtitia Milot paid tribute to them, as well as to the rescue teams.

The 2020–21 Ligue 1 season, also known as Ligue 1 Uber Eats for sponsorship reasons, is a French association football tournament within Ligue 1 . It is the 83rd season since its establishment.

Ligue 1 , also called Ligue 1 Uber Eats due to sponsorship by Uber Eats, is a French professional league for men's association football clubs.

This turn of events gives little cause for optimism about the outcome of the Mediapro affair. While bankruptcy is a possibility, GAFA could be part of the solution. Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, GAFA have already put their nose into sports rights and could well take advantage of the crisis that Ligue 1 is going through to gain even more weight in France. Mediapro wants to renegotiate the TV rights acquired for the period 2020-2024 against a little over 800 million euros per year. A largesse that the Professional Football League (LFP) does not want to hear about, which immediately demands the transfer of 172 million euros scheduled for October 17. A deadline that will not fall on time. This Wednesday morning, the Sino-Spanish group seized the Nanterre commercial court to force negotiations through a legal representative. A maneuver which effectively prevents the LFP from recovering the rights 30 days after any payment default. Yet at this time, this last outcome - prior to a new call for tenders - is certainly not to be ruled out. If this were the case, the "historical" players in the market such as Canal + or beIN Sports could of course come back to the fore. But not only… A window of opportunity for Amazon A group like Amazon, which recently distinguished itself by offering itself the "night sessions" of Roland-Garros, already has some twenty Premier League matches in its portfolio, but also part of the rights of the Champions League in Italy or Germany. Seeing Jeff Bezos' company investing in the L1 is therefore not unrealistic. Quite the contrary. But in reasonable proportions. "I think Amazon can position itself on one game per day or then the big posters with the OM, PSG and Lyon pack," says BFM Business columnist Jérôme Marin on the airwaves of RMC. There, they can put 200 million for that and there will be people interested. To buy the eight games a day, I don't see their interest in them, it is spending too much for what they want to recover. “Not a miracle solution, then.

OM have real ambitions in C1: Villas-Boas announces the color! .
The coach of Olympique de Marseille approached the Champions League campaign with great determination, on the eve of the match against Olympiakos. © Panoramic C1: OM does not want to make up! This Wednesday (9 p.m.), Olympique de Marseille will face Olympiakos will return to the prestigious Champions League after a long wait. Small thumb of the table, OM was placed in the fourth hat at the time of the draw. But there is no question of figuring out.

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