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How football clubs can cash in on the game’s changing investment landscape

AS Roma President James Pallotta. (Photo by Paolo Bruno/Getty Images)

Capital investors’ interest in football clubs is growing; their increasing profitability has attracted more new types of investor. But what does this mean for clubs and how can they best approach the opportunities and challenges? Jonathan Dyson investigates.

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