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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 06 / 15

FERNANDO FERNÁNDEZ-LADREDA "has been named as the new president" of the Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET), replacing JOSÉ LUIS ESCAÑUELA , who "stood down over mis-management charges." He said in a statement, "My first objective is to restore normalcy on both the institutional...

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Barcelona announced that former player CARLES PUYOL will remain tied to the club's sports department. He "has been attending" the Spanish Football Federation's (RFEF) "Directores Deportivos" courses every Monday, and he "completed the class on Monday" ( SPORT, 12/15 ). ... Scottish FA CEO STEWA ...

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Canadian SONIA DENONCOURT "has been appointed" CONCACAF's director of refereeing. Denoncourt's role "will be to head all aspects" of refereeing and the "development of referees across the region, including directing the Heads of Refereeing in the Central American Football Union (UNCAF) and the Car ...

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Argentine RICARDO GARECA "declined to manage the Costa Rican national team." He was considered "the likely new coach after visiting following an invitation to the country by the Costa Rican Football Federation, which had hoped to sign him for four years, with an eye on Russia 2018." He declined th ...

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The son of IAAF President LAMINE DIACK is "among senior officials from the embattled athletics governing body who have stepped down from their posts pending the outcome of an investigation" into allegations of institutionalized doping in Russia. PAPA MASSATA DIACK , an IAAF marketing consultant w ...

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