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Sky Sports Promotional Video for 2011-12 Premier League Season

Every summer Sky Sports releases a promotional video to get subscribers excited about the new season, and this pre-season is no different. Sky just released the above video which features their “all-star” line-up of pundits including Graeme Souness, Dwight Yorke, Jamie Redknapp, Ray Wilkins, Alan Smith, Gary Neville, Kevin Phillips, and more.

To promote their all-star line-up, the pundits played in a make-believe game as you’ll see in the above video. They even got a chance to throw in “stay on your feet” reference from Ray Wilkins!

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6 Responses to Sky Sports Promotional Video for 2011-12 Premier League Season

  1. United95 says:

    Anybody knows on which channel are they showing Van Der Sar’s testimonial match tommorow?

  2. dlink09 says:

    rubbish

  3. cnl. onions says:

    Maybe I am missing the point, but shouldn’t they be promoting the clubs and the players rather than the pundits to get people excited?

  4. Matt says:

    Gaffer, I remember a story for last year’s promo but I can’t find it. I loved it last year. Much, much funnier stuff. Could you possibly provide a link?

    Thanks!

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