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In Grip Of Youth Movement, FIA Looks To Makes F1 Cars Harder To Drive

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 30 / 14

The FIA is "examining ways of making F1 cars harder to drive," according to Kevin Eason of the LONDON TIMES. As 17-year-old Max Verstappen prepares to make his F1 debut in Friday's free practice ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix, the racing organization is afraid his appearance "will underline fearsw...

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Premier League Agent Fees Up $31.1M

Premier League clubs paid £96M to agents in fees in the last year, with "Chelsea's outlay more than doubling" to more than £13M, according to the SUNDAY TIMES. Figures "released by the Premier League show clubs" paid £19M more to players' representatives than in the previous 12 mon ...

Tags: International Football, United Kingdom

Two Charged In U.K. Match-Fixing Probe

Britain's National Crime Agency said that two men charged in a probe into football match-fixing that may involve five others "will be held until their next hearing," according to Ben Priechenfried of BLOOMBERG. The NCA said in an emailed statement that Chann Sankaran, a 33-year-old Singaporean, and ...

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French Senate Votes Out 'Super Tax'

French President Francois Hollande "has suffered a blow in his bid to introduce a controversial ‘super tax’ into the domestic game after the French Senate voted to reject the proposal," according to SOCCEREX. The government of President Hollande "has long sought to introduce a 75% upper ...

Tags: International Football, Europe

Match Analysis Moves Into Europe

The leading North American match analysis and statistical provider for football is "expanding into the European marketplace with its suite of game and performance analysis tools," according to Paul Nicholson of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL. Match Analysis, based in San Francisco, is "targeting clubs and le ...

Tags: International Football

Push For NZ To Join Aocceroos In Asia

Australia's national team, the Socceroos, "could find themselves battling rivals New Zealand on the road to future World Cups with the Asian Football Confederation looking at ways to incorporate Oceania into the AFC's qualifying equation," according to Ben McKay of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. AFC Pre ...

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Cost Of Football Security To Rise

High-risk Spanish football games "will now come at a higher cost to clubs," according to Rebeca Carranco of EL PAIS. Spanish state of Catalonia government official Ramón Espadaler said that the government will charge teams at a higher rate for the use of extra security personnel during "high- ...

Tags: Europe, International Football

Brazil Investing $304M In Cup Security

Brazil Defense Minister Celso Amorim said that a "total of 1,400 security agents will be ready if necessary at each of the 12 sites of the 2014 World Cup," according to the EFE. The "size of the security contingent, which could be increased 'depending on needs' and circumstances in the moment, will ...

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World Cup Inflating Costs Of Europe-Brazil Flights

A study by travel service Kayak shows that "the price of plane tickets for flights from Europe to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup have increased by 36%," according to LA AFICION. The study examined flights from Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the U.K. with destinations in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeir ...

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Football Notes

The Spanish Football League (LFP) has released figures showing that stadium attendance at La Liga and Spanish second division matches has "increased during the current season by 3.23%" with respect to the '12-13 season. Through 14 La Liga matchdays and 15 in the second division, "cumulative stadium ...

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Blatter Slams European World Cup Attack

FIFA President Sepp Blatter condemned European media for "attacking" 2022 World Cup host Qatar, days after "slamming European countries and companies over the controversial tournament," according to the AFP. Blatter said that the media "had been unfair to Qatar as he made an impassioned defence of t ...

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