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Reps From Serie A Clubs Stage Walkout Over TV Revenue Dispute

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 24 / 17

Reps from six clubs "walked out" of the Serie A assembly on Wednesday in a dispute over TV money, according to Ben Gladwell of ESPN.com. Delegates from AC Milan, Juventus, Inter Milan, Napoli, Roma and Fiorentina "all left the meeting." They believe that the distribution of TV money "does ...

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