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People Want Masters Football To Return To Sky Sports

People Want Masters Football To Return To Sky Sports

Premier League football's pretty good, so too is the Champions League, but nothing compares to the wonderful world of 'Masters Football' - and people want it back badly.

Once upon a time, Sky Sports would put together a six-a-side tournament that included all your favourite ex footballers from the Premier League that were over 35.

Games would be played on a glorious blue indoor pitch all over the country at various arenas, with the likes of Ian Rush, Ally McCoist, Benito Carbone, Owen Coyle, Peter Beardsley and Bryan Robson all tearing it up.

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It was absolutely peak TV. And while there have been similar versions of Masters Football over in Singapore and Malaysia, as well as an international 'Star Sixes' tournament, fans are clamouring for a rehash of the original competition that finished in 2011 when Rangers won.

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Plus, with it being so long since it last aired, there would be a whole new selection of legends to choose from for the likes of Celtic, Rangers, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs.

Sky need to give the people what they want, but for now we'll accept replays of the old Masters Football highlights instead of having to load up YouTube for dodgy clips.

Topics: Football News, Football, Sky Sports

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