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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 16

Ferrari has split with Technical Dir JAMES ALLISON , "following weeks of speculation about his future." On Wednesday, Ferrari announced that Allison's three-year spell at the outfit "was coming to an end." His contract ran until the end of '17. Allison will be replaced with MATTIA BINOTTO , who wi...

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02/24/16
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Honda announced "a change of leadership" in its F1 engine program less than a month before the season starts in Australia. Honda Motorsport Chief YASUHISA ARAI "will step down at the end of the month" and be replaced by YUSUKE HASEGAWA ( REUTERS, 2/23 ). ... Senior Board of Control for Cr ...

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Suspended FIFA President  SEPP BLATTER ’s book about his life at FIFA "is expected to be published within days." The website of Swiss publisher Werd & Weber said that "Sepp Blatter: Mission Football" will be available in February. Blatter previously said that it would be a " ...

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The administrative council of the Luxembourg Cycling Federation (FSCL) named CHRISTIAN HELMIG as its national technical director. The four-time national cyclo-cross champion will work part-time and starts on March 15, "three days before the election of the new FSCL president" ( LE QUOTIDIEN, 2/22 ...

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Former Real Madrid keeper IKER CASILLAS  rejected Bankia's offer to return the investments made by majority shareholders. He is "continuing his demands via legal means to recover his money." Judges "will have to decide" whether to rule in Casillas' favor and if Bankia will have to reimburse ...

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