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Parma on verge of being sold

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Parma are on the verge of being sold, club director Pietro Leonardi said on Sunday with reports the Serie A strugglers will soon be in the hands of Russian-Cypriot owners.

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Report: Workers at Liverpool not paid 'Living Wage' despite club promise

Report: Workers at Liverpool not paid 'Living Wage' despite club promise | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Workers at Liverpool are not being paid the “real” Living Wage despite the club promising “all of its staff and workers” would receive it this season, a Daily Telegraph investigation has found.

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Brexit could have 'hugely damaging' effect on football clubs, say chairmen

Brexit could have 'hugely damaging' effect on football clubs, say chairmen | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Brexit could be "hugely damaging" to English football clubs, say the chairmen of Burnley and Stoke City.

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Record TV rights deal saw gap from Premier League to EFL widen to £133m in first year

Record TV rights deal saw gap from Premier League to EFL widen to £133m in first year | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Some clubs try a "two-year gamble" buying players and paying high wages to win promotion, an expert says.

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Facebook to show La Liga in Indian subcontinent

Facebook to show La Liga in Indian subcontinent | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

La Liga has struck a deal for Facebook to show Spanish top-tier football matches in the Indian subcontinent.

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Premier League: 10 of 20 clubs could have made profits in 2016-17 without fans at games

Premier League: 10 of 20 clubs could have made profits in 2016-17 without fans at games | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

BBC Sport looks at how profitable Premier League clubs are thanks to TV money and how important fans are to club finances outside the top flight.

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Tottenham forced to delay opening of new stadium until end of October after 'issues with critical safety systems'

Tottenham forced to delay opening of new stadium until end of October after 'issues with critical safety systems' | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Tottenham have been forced to delay the opening of their new stadium at White Hart Lane until at least the end of October due to "issues with the critical safety systems."

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Report: Man United branded 'beyond arrogant' by campaigners over failure to pay all workers 'real' Living Wage

Report: Man United branded 'beyond arrogant' by campaigners over failure to pay all workers 'real' Living Wage | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Manchester United been branded “beyond arrogant” after campaigners revealed the club had repeatedly ignored requests for a meeting with Ed Woodward to address their “grotesque” failure to pay all workers there the “real” Living Wage.

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PSG to drop Emirates shirt deal after 2018/19

PSG to drop Emirates shirt deal after 2018/19 | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

French soccer giants want new deal worth as much as €80 million per year.

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World Cup 2030: FA considers England bid to host tournament

World Cup 2030: FA considers England bid to host tournament | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

England could potentially host the 2030 World Cup, with the Football Association considering a bid to stage the tournament.

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QPR to pay £17m fine as FFP dispute is finally resolved

QPR to pay £17m fine as FFP dispute is finally resolved | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

QPR’s long-running Financial Fair Play dispute with the English Football League has finally been resolved. The club will pay a fine of £17m and will be under a transfer embargo during the January window.  The fine is to be paid over a 10-year period.

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Leeds United: 49ers Enterprises not interested in takeover despite investment

Leeds United: 49ers Enterprises not interested in takeover despite investment | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

49ers Enterprises have no interest in taking over Leeds United from majority owners Aser, says director Paraag Marathe.

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Fenerbahçe drowning in debt, says new club president

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Ali Koç, the newly elected president of Istanbul’s Fenerbahçe football club, has announced that the club’s debts have far exceeded previously disclosed figures, running to 621 million euros – a cool 3.2 billion Turkish lira.

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Spain’s La Liga to play matches in the US

Spain’s La Liga to play matches in the US | Football Industry News | Scoop.it
Country’s top football league in push to challenge popularity of English competition
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Facebook snaps up Champions League rights in Latin America

Facebook snaps up Champions League rights in Latin America | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Social media platform Facebook has acquired exclusive free-to-air rights for football’s Uefa Champions League and Uefa Super Cup in Spanish-speaking Latin American territories.

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QPR owner Tony Fernandes to step down as chairman of the club

QPR owner Tony Fernandes to step down as chairman of the club | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Tony Fernandes has stepped down as co-chairman of Queens Park Rangers, saying the club is now in a stable position following its £42m settlement with the English Football League over its breach of Financial Fair Play rules.

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Billionaire Usmanov Mulls Everton Stake After Arsenal Sale 

Billionaire Usmanov Mulls Everton Stake After Arsenal Sale  | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov is open to staying involved in soccer and would consider investing in England’s Everton Football Club or teams in Germany and Italy after selling out of London’s Arsenal Holdings Plc last week.

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Birmingham City senior personnel depart after EFL restrictions 

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Birmingham City chief financial officer Roger Lloyd, financial controller Gary Moore and club secretary Julia Shelton have left the club, Sky Sports News understands.

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SPFL terminates MP & Silva contract

SPFL terminates MP & Silva contract | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

The Scottish Professional Football League is free to negotiate new individual rights deals with individual broadcasters around the world from this (Monday) morning after terminating its overseas rights distribution deal with the MP & Silva agency, according to the Daily Record newspaper.

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Arsenal's Stan Kroenke makes offer to buy whole of London club

Arsenal's Stan Kroenke makes offer to buy whole of London club | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Arsenal's majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke, makes an offer to buy the whole of the club in a deal that would value the Gunners at £1.8bn.

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World Cup 2022: Qatar bid team accused of secret campaign to sabotage rivals

World Cup 2022: Qatar bid team accused of secret campaign to sabotage rivals | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

The Qatar 2022 World Cup bid team ran a secret campaign in 2010 to sabotage competing host bids, according to a report published by the Sunday Times.

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Spain's Treasury agrees to $22.3 million deal with Ronaldo over tax fraud

Spain's Treasury agrees to $22.3 million deal with Ronaldo over tax fraud | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Spain's tax agency on Thursday approved an agreement reached between Cristiano Ronaldo, the Public Prosecutor and State lawyers through which the football star is to pay a fine of almost 19 million euros ($22.3) and be sentenced to two years in prison which would be suspended.

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Roma could take legal action over Barcelona’s hijacked move for Malcom from Bordeaux

Roma could take legal action over Barcelona’s hijacked move for Malcom from Bordeaux | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Roma are considering taking legal action over Barcelona’s last-minute hijack of their move for Bordeaux winger Malcom. The Serie A side announced on Monday that they has agreed a deal with Bordeaux for the Brazilian and that he was due to arrive in the Italian capital for a medical and to discuss terms the following day.

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Aston Villa: Wes Edens & Nassef Sawiris to make 'significant investment' in club

Aston Villa: Wes Edens & Nassef Sawiris to make 'significant investment' in club | Football Industry News | Scoop.it

Billionaire businessmen Wes Edens and Nassef Sawiris will inject "significant investment" into Aston Villa.

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