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U.K.'s Jockey Club Announces Record-Setting Profit Increase Of 11% In 2013

04 / 18 / 14

The Jockey Club, which stages "some of British horseracing's most famous events including the Cheltenham festival and the Grand National, announced record financial results," according to Stephen Wood of REUTERS. The group, the "largest commercial operation in the sport in Britain," increased its tu...

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05/23/13
Xerex Relying On Spanish Tax Agency

Spanish Football League (LFP) President Javier Tebas has assured that "the future of La Liga Xerex depends on negotiations with the Spanish Tax Agency. If this subject is not resolved, there is no future viability," according to AS. Tebas: "Xerex is working on Plan B, as President Rafael Mateos has ...

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05/23/13
Deportivo Cuts Costs To Appease Judge

La Liga Deportivo La Coruña has responded to criticism over misuse of finances during bankruptcy proceedings by "announcing stricter financial controls," according to FOOTBALL ESPAÑA. The club, which has "been in administration since mid-January," was cited last week by Spanish tax aut ...

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05/22/13
SAFA Owes Second Division $500K

The South African FA "allegedly owes second division clubs" close to R5M ($524,000) for the '12-13 season, according to Sello Rabothata of SOWETAN LIVE. Though it "has been at pains to tell all and sundry that it is in a healthy financial position," the association owes all 144 second division clubs ...

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05/22/13
Finance Notes

New Fiji Rugby Union Chair Filimone Waqabaca said Tuesday that "he was determined to clean up the organisation's finances" after it posted a FJ$600,000 ($325,000) loss last year. Waqabaca, a permanent finance secretary in the South Pacific nation's military-led government, "was elected FRU chairman ...

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05/21/13
Business Rates Are Lord's Next Big Test

London's Lord's Cricket Ground owners are "fighting a battle over business rate increases described as 'just not cricket,'" according to Dominic Walsh of the LONDON TIMES. The home of the Marylebone Cricket Club is one of four of the six Test match venues for this summer’s series against New Z ...

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05/21/13
Nottingham In Talks With New Backers

Financially-troubled Championship side Nottingham Rugby is "in discussions with two potential new owners," according to the BBC. Nottingham Rugby Chair Alistair Bow also revealed that club directors helped finance the £250,000 ($382,000) shortfall "needed to finish their last campaign." Howeve ...

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05/20/13
F1 IPO On Track Despite Legal Issues

A source close to private equity firm CVC Capital said that the company is targeting a $12B market capitalization for F1 "in its planned flotation on the Singapore stock exchange," according to Sylt & Reid of the London GUARDIAN. The initial public offering (IPO) of F1 "is on track to take place ...

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05/17/13
'Fergie Factor' Worth $1.5B

The "Fergie factor" gave the city of Manchester's economy a boost worth more than £1B ($1.5B) during his 26 years at the club, according to Adam Jupp of the MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. Experts have calculated the extent to which the success outgoing Manager Alex Ferguson brought to the ...

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05/17/13
Seven F1 Teams Can't Afford New Engines

Seven of the 11 F1 teams "are reportedly unable to afford the new engines for the '14 season," according to Helmut Uhl of BILD. Besides the top four teams, Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes, "the rest of the field is in financial trouble." The three engine suppliers, Mercedes, Ferrari and Rena ...

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05/16/13
U.K. Tax Authority Targets Coaches

U.K. tax authority HMRC "has opened a new front in the battle to collect" the £32B ($49B) in tax it estimates goes unpaid in Britain every year -- pursuing football coaches, according to David Conn of the London GUARDIAN. HMRC has written to 3,300 coaches understood to have a UEFA level qualif ...

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