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Palermo tie goes live


Filed: Friday, 8th September 2006
By: Matthew O'Greel


West Ham United's UEFA Cup first round home leg tie with Palermo will be broadcast live on ITV.

The fixture - which takes place next Thursday evening (14th September) - has been selected for live broadcast by ITV in the wake of the arrival of Argentinian duo Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano; kick off at 8pm.

TV coverage for the return leg - which takes place in Italy a fortnight later (28th) - is yet to be confirmed.





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