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Manchester United retained its place at the top of Forbes magazine’s annual ranking of the world’s most valuable sports teams, but saw its valuation suffer a slight fall from recent figures.


The Barclays Premier League club has been granted a value of US$2.23 billion…. read more

AFC issues new suspension to Bin Hammam

Fresh allegations of financial wrongdoing have been made against Mohamed bin Hammam after the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) suspended its former president on Monday…. read more

SPL’s TV picture remains unclear

Scottish Premier League chief executive Neil Doncaster on Monday offered no reassurances over the status of the League’s television deal for next season after its member clubs agreed to back Rangers’ move into the Scottish Third Division…. read more

Atletico tops Europa League’s revenue generators

Atletico de Madrid earned Eur10.52 million from its victory in the 2011-12 UEFA Europa League final, almost six times less than Chelsea secured for its Champions League triumph, according to figures released by European football’s governing body…. read more

SAFA looks to new commercial strategy as Castle Lager extends deal

South African Football Association (SAFA) chief executive Robin Petersen has said the organisation is searching for additional commercial revenue after major partner Castle Lager renewed its deal, but on greatly reduced terms…. read more

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Assessing the value of CRM

David McClellan, CEO of Tickethour UK, challenges accepted thinking on CRM….

Many clubs and controlling bodies have invested heavily in enterprise-level customer relationship management (CRM) systems along with the staff, the infrastructure, and the business time to run them. But is the deployment of these systems really a “sledgehammer to crack a nut”?…. read more

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