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The English Premier League has secured another cash injection with NBC Sports Group landing its exclusive US media rights for a significantly enhanced fee. 

The new three-year deal is reportedly worth US$250 million…. read more

Santander reiterates commitment to CONMEBOL competitions

Santander has moved to clarify reports concerning its status as a major sponsor of Confederation of South American Football (CONMEBOL) competitions by stating that its withdrawal as title sponsor of the Copa Libertadores will not trigger a wider exit strategy…. read more

CONCACAF chief set to attend Global Convention

President of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), Jeffrey Webb, has confirmed that he will be attending next month’s Soccerex Global Convention in Rio de Janeiro…. read more

MP & Silva seals deals for FA and 2014 World Cup

MP & Silva has brokered two significant broadcast deals that will see English Football Association (FA) properties secure exposure across South Asia and ensure the distribution of 2014 FIFA World Cup action in Oceania…. read more

End of the line for Korea’s Peace Cup

Leading pre-season competition the Peace Cup has been scrapped following the death of Sun Myung Moon, the founder of its organiser the Unification Church…. read more

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Financial Fair Play and Third Party Ownership – UEFA Licensing Regulations

Daniel Geey, an associate for Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP, discusses UEFA’s modification of third party ownership rules….

Towards the end of the summer, UEFA modified a number of its licensing criteria in relation to third party ownership (TPO) issues. Very briefly, TPO in the football industry is where a football club does not own, or is not entitled to, 100% of the future transfer value of a player that is registered to play for that team…. read more

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