Former Brazil manager Dunga has instructed lawyers to recover a £750,000 loan he claims he made to QPR in 2006.
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Dunga, the former Brazil manager, is threatening legal action against Queens Park Rangers over £750,000 of loans he claims he is owed.
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The New York Yankees are the best-paid team in world sport, measured by average pay, ahead of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Chelsea, with the Dallas Mavericks of basketball’s NBA in fifth, according to a review of global sports salaries to be published on Friday.
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Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has ended David Beckham’s two-year reign as the best-paid player in world football, according to France Football magazine’s annual ‘rich list’. Argentinean forward Messi, who scored a second successive La Liga hat-trick in Barcelona’s 4-2 win over Real Zaragoza on Sunday, has estimated annual earnings of €33 million, ahead of Beckham (€30.4 [...]
Former English Football League chairman Brian Mawhinney has said a salary cap on clubs from the Championship to League 2 – England’s second to fourth-tiers – is needed to halt the spiral into debt that so many are facing. “The business model of professional football in this country doesn’t work, it’s broke and you see [...]
Real Madrid is selling fewer replica jerseys than Chelsea or Liverpool, and attendances at its home stadium the Santiago Bernabeu have fallen 7.8 per cent on last season.
And last night’s Champions League exit at the hands of Lyon means it loses the chance to win up to $82 million in prize money, sponsorships and [...]
The Times reports that as many as two thirds of Manchester United fans are considering not renewing their season tickets next season.
The study conducted by Virgin Money, seems to suggest that supporters are ready to abandon the club in protest of the Glazers ownership.
Fans have seen the average cost of season ticket increase [...]
European football is at a critical financial crossroads, but needs to guard against over-regulation as it strives to create a new era of financial fair play and co-operation, leading club executives said yesterday.
Speaking at the Soccerex European Forum in Manchester yesterday, Jose Maria Cruz Andres, VP of the board of directors at [...]
Spanish football team Real Madrid in 2008-09 became the first team in any sport to generate revenues of €400 million in a year according to Deloitte. Real topped Deloitte’s list of the 20 leading football clubs by revenue, beating Spanish rivals Barcelona into second place, while Manchester United dropped to third place from second last [...]