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SBD Global/August 1, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies

League Notes: Spanish Second Division Clubs Make Last-Minute Appeals To Spanish Court

Spanish second division sides Real Murcia and Racing Santander have "presented appeals" before Spain's Economic-Administrative Court, "a step they consider enough to overcome the ratio" required by the Spanish Football League (LFP). The clubs are "exhausting their options" to play the upcoming season in the Spanish second division. Both "are very optimistic after their latest moves" but the LFP will not decide on the subject until next Thursday at a Delegate Committee (AS, 7/31). ... Of the "potential impact of the Spanish state of Catalonia pushing for independence and possibly having success," LFP President Javier Tebas said, "If one day, Catalonia is not part of Spain, it will be something different. ... If the Sports Act stays the same as what we currently have, [Barcelona] would not be able to compete in our league. The Sports Act would have to change" (AS, 7/31). ...

Network, putting their weight behind local athletes to help provide them with a smooth transition from their athletic to their professional careers.

Amore Fitness, Borneo Motors Singapore, DBS Bank, Deloitte Singapore, DHL Supply Chain and Sakae Holdings were announced on Thursday to be the latest partners on the network, bringing the total number of companies on the scheme since it was launched last year to 13.

- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/sport/more-sport-stories/story/sports-singapore-welcomes-6-corporations-spex-business-network-2#sthash.vscgt0Mi.dpuf

Network, putting their weight behind local athletes to help provide them with a smooth transition from their athletic to their professional careers.

Amore Fitness, Borneo Motors Singapore, DBS Bank, Deloitte Singapore, DHL Supply Chain and Sakae Holdings were announced on Thursday to be the latest partners on the network, bringing the total number of companies on the scheme since it was launched last year to 13.

- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/sport/more-sport-stories/story/sports-singapore-welcomes-6-corporations-spex-business-network-2#sthash.vscgt0Mi.dpuf
Six more corporations "have joined Sport Singapore's Sports Excellence (Spex) Business Network, putting their weight behind local athletes to help provide them with a smooth transition from their athletic to their professional careers." Amore Fitness, Borneo Motors Singapore, DBS Bank, Deloitte Singapore, DHL Supply Chain and Sakae Holdings "were announced on Thursday to be the latest partners on the network, bringing the total number of companies on the scheme since it was launched last year to 13" (STRAITS TIMES, 7/31). ... A contentious peptide at the center of Australian Football League side Essendon doping scandal that "prompted calls for the club's captain to be stripped of his Brownlow Medal has been declared safe to consume" by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. FDA approval for AOD9604 to be "added to food, drinks and dietary supplements will provide comfort to Essendon players who were administered the substance" during the '12 season. The "Generally Recognised as Safe" status "throws into question the World Anti-Doping Authority's stated reason for declaring AOD9604 a banned substance: that it had not been approved for human use." Andrew Garnham, a sports physician who last year advised Essendon on the "safety and anti-doping status of AOD9604, said the FDA approval was based on information largely ­publicly available during the supplements saga" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 8/1).
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