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Gaza Protestors Attack Israeli Premier League Side Maccabi Haifa In Austria

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 25 / 14

Protesters against Israel's military offensive in Gaza attacked Israeli football players "at a friendly match in Austria on Wednesday evening, stopping play five minutes before the end," according to Georgina Prodhan of REUTERS. Salzburg police said on Thursday that around 20 people with flags and p...

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SPL Chief's Pay Raise Causes Outrage

Scottish Premier League CEO Neil Doncaster pocketed a £28,000 ($42,000) pay raise last year "despite the Scottish game being in a critical state," according to Gavin Berry of the Scotland DAILY RECORD. Fans "hit out at the inflation-busting deal," which saw his salary increase from £172, ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, United Kingdom

Internet Sales Concern Welsh Rugby

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Tags: Events and Attractions, United Kingdom

Liverpool, Standard Chartered In Talks

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Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, United Kingdom

Cork Signs Sponsorship Deal With Chill

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ManU-Real Madrid Tickets Go For £1,000

Jose Mourinho said the ManU-Real Madrid match at Old Trafford was the match "the world will stop'" to watch, according to Colin Young of the London DAILY MAIL. And it seems some fans were "prepared to pay silly money" to watch Tuesday's match, which Real Madrid won 2-1. Although official ticket exch ...

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Hearts Dismiss Romanov Speculation

Scottish Premier League club Heart of Midlothian's board said that it has no information that Owner Vladimir Romanov has "relinquished control of the club amid further problems with his business affairs in Lithuania," according to the Scotland DAILY RECORD. It emerged Monday that Romanov had resigne ...

Tags: United Kingdom, Franchises

Premier League Appoints Data Partner

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Aces Closer To New Stadium

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Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, United Kingdom, Asia, South America, North America

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