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FIFA Fines Spanish FA For Transfer Rule Violations By Real, Atlético Madrid

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 26 / 16

FIFA fined the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) "for breaking rules governing the international transfer and registration of minors by allowing Atlético and Real Madrid to sign underage players from other countries," according to Adriana Garcia of REUTERS. In January, FIFA banned the Madrid...

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ZDF Draws Close To 10M For CL Game

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La Liga President Hopes Messi, Ronaldo Stay

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Hamburg SV Set To Issue New Bonds

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Formula E Draws More Than 33K In Mexico

The inaugural Mexico City ePrix drew more 33,000 spectators at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez on Saturday. Formula E organizers anticipated 40,000 spectators for the series' debut in the Mexican capital but in the end had to settle with an official attendance of 33,319. The atmospher ...

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Formula E Looking To Compress Schedule

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Formula E, Snapchat Team Up For London

Formula E and Snapchat have agreed to a one-off partnership for this year's London ePrix weekend in July. The deal, which will be officially announced at a later date, will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at the event through a comprehensive story on the video and photo messaging app. Content for ...

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ARD Renews Deal For DFB-Pokal Rights

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WADA To Reanalyze Report On Doping

WADA President Craig Reedie said that "he will re-examine the independent report into alleged systemic doping in Russian athletics to determine whether further investigations are necessary," according to OMNISPORT. WADA's athletes' committee believes "more action is necessary," with a lett ...

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Abt Not Affected By VW Scandal

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Marvel Jumps Into Action Sports

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